The End of Privacy

If the end of privacy comes about, it’s because we misunderstand the current changes as the end of privacy, and make the mistake of encoding this misunderstanding into technology. It’s not the end of privacy because of these new visibilities, but it may be the end of privacy because it looks like the end of privacy because of these new visibilities.

Matt Webb

Old, but still relevant. Also, the last.fm stuff is still something I wrestle with.

Published by Tom Insam

programming / london / san francisco / bacon

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