We cannot afford to be indifferent to internet spying

This quote in an article from the Guardian in 2013 after the Snowden leaks is profound, but it doesn’t seem like consumers have demanded much change.

We have reached the moment after which the number of people who give a damn about their privacy will only increase.

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Why Paul Krugman Is Wrong About Wearables

This is an ACLU blog post in response to a 2015 NY Times column. It covers interesting topics - the Varian rule (“a simple way to forecast the
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Privacy at Apple

Apple is one of the few of our corporate behemoths that headlines privacy as a feature and is teaching customers what the “right” solution looks