I was recently approached by the Observer to take part in an email-based discussion with Tom Chatfield about online privacy and the direction that companies like Facebook and Google are taking us.
It was a lot of fun to write, over the course of a day, and there were some interesting points raised. 1000 words each isn’t enough to explore very much, but I found it surprisingly useful for clarifying my thoughts on the subject, and quite inspiring for some of the future work that is constantly buzzing around my head.
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