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I really enjoyed reading this piece, not only for its discussion of privacy, but also for its poetic and reflective language. There's something more than technical about today's surveillance problem, and the author approaches this issue from a philosophical and, at times, almost spiritual angle.

These are the kinds of discussions we need to have more often: not only what's going on and what it means in practical terms, but also how today's surveillance explosion changes who we are and how we relate to ourselves.




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