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« on: January 14, 2019, 04:05:21 pm »

It's time for the right to remain private

Phones have already become external storage for our brains. One day they'll be connected internally. We need to start discussing digital privacy now before we have no cybernetic privacy in the future.

I'm going to something so controversial I'm not even sure I fully agree with it, at least not yet. This is complex, nuanced, life, death, and the future of our society stuff, and the absolute last thing I'm going to do is take any of it lightly.

Instead, I'm going to take several things that happened this week, break them down, and then suggest how we as a people can move forward.

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"What happens on iPhone, stays on iPhone."

That's the message Apple plastered across CES this year, on an epic, building-sized poster that wasn't just a clever play on "What happens in Vegas, Stays in Vegas," or clever marketing given the lack of attention they got by not showing up in Vegas last year, but a swift and brutal rohambo o...

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