Thoughts on privacy

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Thoughts on privacy

In the shakeup of the NSA surveillance revelations, two things remained consistent: 1. After each revelation, you could ask yourself: What could possibly be even more outrageous? And two weeks later, that’s being confirmed, too. 2. Too few people cared too little. That’s why I’m both surprised and intrigued by this essay by Doc Searls, one of the authors of the famous 1999 Cluetrain Manifesto, in which he claims: «I do believe we have passed Peak Surveillance». Read it.

From Weekly Filet #127, in September 2013. More on: #

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