Ai, Appelbaum, Poitras, and Assange have all found their privacy comfort levels. But to be truly private, in the connected age, means being alone. And even then, it’s impossible to completely stop surveillance. Too much of our information is out of our own control. Living comfortably in the world is all about finding a privacy balance that works for you, knowing that information may get out that could come back to haunt you—but hoping that it never does.
A fascinating read about what it’s like to be dissidents. The lives and thoughts of Ai Weiwei, Jacob Appelbaum and Laura Poitras.
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