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How surveillance changes people’s behavior | Harvard Magazine

Assaults on privacy and security in America threaten democracy itself. Source: How surveillance changes people’s behavior | Harvard Magazine Advertisements

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Citizenfour review – gripping Snowden documentary offers portrait of power, paranoia and one remarkable man | Film | The Guardian

Citizenfour review – gripping Snowden documentary offers portrait of power, paranoia and one remarkable man | Film | The Guardian. Citizenfour review – gripping Snowden documentary offers portrait of power, paranoia and one remarkable man Laura Poitras’s film shows the

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Shoshan Zuboff on “Big Data” as Surveillance Capitalism

Shoshan Zuboff on “Big Data” as Surveillance Capitalism. A Digital Declaration If the digital future is to be our home, then it is we who must make it so. Against the Surveillance Capitalism of „Big Data“. 15.09.2014, von Shoshana Zuboff

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No Place to Hide: Edward Snowden, the NSA and the Surveillance State by Glenn Greenwald – review | Books | The Guardian

No Place to Hide: Edward Snowden, the NSA and the Surveillance State by Glenn Greenwald – review | Books | The Guardian. Greenwald’s often gripping account of his central involvement in the Snowden revelations also raises big political questions Philippe

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‘No Place to Hide’ by Glenn Greenwald, on the NSA’s sweeping efforts to ‘Know it All’ – The Washington Post

‘No Place to Hide’ by Glenn Greenwald, on the NSA’s sweeping efforts to ‘Know it All’ – The Washington Post By David Cole, Tuesday, May 13, 2:46 AM At a meeting with his British counterparts in 2008, Keith Alexander, then head of

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Self-censorship in the digital age: We won’t be able to recognize ourselves – Feuilleton – FAZ

Self-censorship in the digital age: We won’t be able to recognize ourselves – Feuilleton – FAZ.   Self-censorship in the digital age We won’t be able to recognize ourselves 07.04.2014  ·  More than a century ago, Sigmund Freud showed how

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The Snowden files: why the British public should be worried about GCHQ | World news | The Guardian

The Snowden files: why the British public should be worried about GCHQ | World news | The Guardian. When the Guardian offered John Lanchester access to the GCHQ files, the journalist and novelist was initially unconvinced. But what the papers

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