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Sunday, July 5, 2009

The End of Privacy, The Beginning of .000000015 Seconds of Fame

"This is an age which happily invades its own privacy," writes Charles Nevin in "Taking liberties" an alarming feature in the summer issue of Intelligent Life. We have become so cavalier about our privacy (on Facebook and Twitter, for example) that we don't seem to mind that the British government is constantly watching us, recording everything we do--in shops, classrooms and on the street. The cameras are everywhere.

link: "PRIVACY IS DEAD—GET OVER IT" | More Intelligent Life


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