The Privacy Paradox

This week Note to Self podcast (the tech show about being human) is launching their new interactive project called The Privacy Paradox, which is exploring the relationship between our desire for greater privacy yet our collective actions as a society that strengthen surveillance capitalism.

If you haven’t done a Note to Self interactive project before, they’re typically an insightful way to spend a week reflecting on the role of media in our lives through both theorizing and experimentation. (Past projects were “Bored and Brilliant” about rethinking our relationships with our smartphones and “Infomagical” about information overload.)

The project kicks off today and you can join thousands of people across the world participating. (And me!)

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