“The Big Brother Backlash” – Inescapable Data, a Forbes blog by John Webster

By , Tuesday, August 6th 2013

Categories: Analyst Blogs

Tags: Big Brother, Big Data, blog, Inescapable Data, John Webster,

I just read an article written by Kevin Roose and published recently by New York mag that starts: “At 6 a.m. on Friday, I wake up, fumble for my alarm, and roll out

of bed. As I walk to the kitchen to brew coffee, I think to myself: I am a cipher. I exist nowhere. My enemies could not find me, even if they tried. These thoughts come to me not because I fell asleep watching The Bourne Identity or took too much NyQuil before bed, but because I’m psyching myself up for a very difficult assignment. For the next 24 hours, I’m going to try to live completely surveillance-free.”

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