Thanks To “Surveillance Capitalism,” The Googleplex Knows What You’ll Buy Next

David Brum:

Careful where and what you click. Every keystroke you make is evidence.

If you’re not comfortable with being spied on every time you open a window, I highly suggest you spend some time with this brilliant article by John Naughton in The Guardian. I would say that it is an eye-opening exploration of our lost privacy, but that would not provide the proper emphasis needed.

Naughton dives into deep waters with his look at THE AGE OF SURVEILLANCE CAPITALISM: The Fight for a Human Future at the New Frontier of Power by Harvard Busines School professor, Shoshana Zuboff. The book explores the emergence of surveillance capitalism and its implications for individuals, society, and democracy in the twenty-first century.