Against a capitalism of surveillance: new architectures to protect our privacy

Surveillance capitalism has been defined as the unilateral claiming of private human experience as free raw material for translation into behavioral data. Have the advances of the digital revolution put us in a new age of personal exploitation? And if so, how can we use technology, education, government, or the arts, as a means to preserve human autonomy and agency?

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