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Evgeny Morozov, Contributing Editor at The New Republic, is author of The Net Delusion and To Save Everything, Click Here.
If users have incentive to sell their data, encryption won't help.
We need a philosophical shift toward local, small-scale problems.
Spying Online Is Perilous and Unnecessary.
Why the Open Internet Is Worth Saving
The main argument of Cognitive Surplus rests on a striking analogy.
Can digital storage remember for you?
Is it the end of Wikipedia?
The exaggerated fears over digital warfare.
The problem with building public spheres from above, online or offline, is much like that of building Frankenstein’s monsters: we may not like the end product.
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