Garnet Hertz's "Experiments in Surveillance Capitalism: Device for Calling the Department of Homeland Security"

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This needs to be something we all do: When anything we do or say can be monitored in real time and recorded forever for analysis, the only defenses are either to have no presence in the spaces where data is recorded, or to have SO MUCH DATA being recorded that any one datapoint is meaningless. Overwhelm Big Brother with almost-actionable data and numb them to our real lives.


I fear this is no longer possible. There is no such thing as too much data, these days.


What’s taboo about Mavricks? Isn’t that a Mac OS version or something?

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