Privacy Breakthrough

Posted by Planet Waves

By Jen Sorensen

What’s old is new again, as cartoonist Jen Sorensen ponders how we can avoid data-mining and tyrannical algorithms.

By Jen Sorensen

By Jen Sorensen


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5 thoughts on “Privacy Breakthrough

  1. Glen Young

    Uuh Ooh, a little mind clicking going on. So great Jen; click click. Arbitration undermining Democracy is so real is the corporate world; it can/does save millions, and you’re left with the retaliation. More stuff coming out in print: “Dear Madam President” An Open Letter to the Women”. The Facebook CEO seems conflicted; lots of money was lost.

  2. Geoff Marsh

    “Lots of money was lost” can be regarded as a significant punishment in a capitalist society. Having suffered a large loss, it might be decided that a sufficient penalty has already been paid, and the perpetrators are allowed to continue their operations without undue scrutiny. It would be assumed that they will amend their modus operandi in order to avoid further financial embarrassment, but whether they do or not will depend on the character of those characters involved.

  3. Sue Edwards

    I have a couple of questions.

    What if “privacy” and “secrecy” are both illusions and instead there are only varying degrees of blindness and limitations in awareness?

    What if the real problems are “Gullibility” and “Gossip”?

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