Tag Archives: Privacy

Privacy, New York Edition

I have written before about my belief that privacy is not a fact or a right but is, instead, a social convention established when we grant each other the opportunity to be not seen (that is, we don’t look) and, … Continue reading

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The NSA, privacy, and the end of hope

I can hardly say that I am shocked or surprised by the recent leaks on the extent of US data collection and surveillance efforts. The news and public reaction to it has led me on 3 different and somewhat conflicting … Continue reading

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