Life after Privacy
Reclaiming Democracy in a Surveillance Society
Privacy, which digital citizens eagerly relinquish, is not so essential to the health and welfare of democracy after all. Les mer
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Privacy, which digital citizens eagerly relinquish, is not so essential to the health and welfare of democracy after all.
Preface; 1. Confessional Culture; 2. Defenses of Privacy; 3. Big Plans for Big Data; 4. The Surveillance Economy; 5. Privacy Past and Present; 6. The Borderless, Vanishing Self; 7. Autonomy and Political Freedom; 8. Powerful Publics; Conclusion.
Firmin DeBrabander is Professor of Philosophy, Maryland Institute College of Art. He has written commentary pieces for a number of national publications, including the New York Times, Washington Post, the Atlantic, LA Times, Salon, Aeon, Chicago Tribune, and The New Republic. Professor DeBrabander is the author of Do Guns Make us Free? (2015), a philosophical and political critique of the guns rights movement.