Reading the Age of Surveillance Capitalism: chapters 9 and 10

  1. This week’s chapters take us beyond Facebook and Google. Just how widespread is surveillance capitalism?
  2. Does chapter 10’s historical review of 1970s-era governmental actions give us useful models for the present day?
  3. Are there benign uses of nudging? For example, increasing voter turn out is surely something most people would support.
  4. Can we structure personalization services that are not terrible?

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