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The Harvard Gazette’s coverage of the conference.
Technology is radically changing what is private and public in our daily lives. Our personal, professional, and financial interactions increasingly take place online, where almost everything is archived and thus is potentially permanently searchable and publishable. Cameras are ubiquitous in … Continue reading
“Nanolaw with Daughter” by Paul Ford is a gem of sunny near-term dystopia, a glimpse of a world where ubiquitous surveillance, coupled with runaway copyright protection, produces a daily chore of paying myriad fines; generated, for instance, when surveillance cameras capture your young child … Continue reading