The Rambles and the panopticon

When people obsess over the privacy architecture embedded in Facebook, this is what they’re worried about. They worry that they are in a space that deliberately creates the illusion of privacy in order to tempt participants to engage in revealing behaviour, which can then be leveraged for fun and profit by the observers secretly taping the proceedings through one-way mirrors.

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The Rambles and the panopticon

Author: Tom Insam

programming / london / san francisco / bacon

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