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The Right to Privacy. Again.

Essay by Dembitz A response to John Clippinger’s On Technology, Security, Personhood And Privacy: An Appeal Continue the conversation with Beau Brendler, Michael Barrett, and David Clark. Our identities in the online world are as real and as significant as our identities in the physical world. Our friendships are formed through the personal details we […]

On Technology, Security, Personhood and Privacy: An Appeal

Essay by John Clippinger with a response by Dembitz. Continue the conversation on security with David Clark, Michael Barrett, and Beau Brendler. American democracy has weathered many storms in its 239 years. Its survival and prosperity are consequences of both good fortune as well as the remarkable foresight and common sense of its Founders. However, […]