History painted a clear picture: the founding developers were haunted by the surveillance infrastructure they’d birthed. Its influence was pervasive, reaching into every nook of our digital lives—from transaction histories to incessant notifications. And the cameras? Omnipresent. The initial fear was that avaricious corporations or Orwellian governments would exploit this network, stripping away the last shreds of human autonomy. But the anticipated dystopia never materialized. Instead, future resistance members found themselves poring over archival footage, critically appraising the choices of those developers who, in their quest for progress, had unwittingly mortgaged the future.
Use the comments to complete the following, “The founding developers were extremely foresighted, yet paradoxically ____.”
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