Quick read: an economy of microfines

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 singing at a ballgame without proper permissions.


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