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Evgeny Morozov

Evgeny Morozov, Contributing Editor at The New Republic, is author of The Net Delusion and To Save Everything, Click Here.


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By routinely giving away a huge amount of personal data, everyday Internet users might already have become law enforcement’s greatest ally.

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Why the Open Internet Is Worth Saving

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The main argument of Cognitive Surplus rests on a striking analogy. 

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Can digital storage remember for you?

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Is it the end of Wikipedia?

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The exaggerated fears over digital warfare.

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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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We need a philosophical shift toward local, small-scale problems.

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If users have incentive to sell their data, encryption won’t help.

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