The End of Trust | Electronic Frontier Foundation

"In this era of constant low-level distrust—of our tech companies and our peers, of our justice system and our democracy—we can’t be sure who’s watching us, what they know, and how they’ll use it. Our personal data is at risk from doxxing, government tracking, Equifax hacks, and corporate data mining. We wade through unprecedented levels of disinformation and deception. Unsure of how our culture of surveillance is affecting the moral development of a generation coming of age online, we continue to opt in. 

Across more than 350 pages of essays, debates, interviews, graphs, and manifestos from over thirty writers and with special advisor Electronic Frontier Foundation, this monumental collection asks whether we’ve reached the end of trust, and whether we even care."


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