“For Jack Twist and Ennis Del Mar, love is a spatial problem. Their relationship can only seem to find its full expression in the marginal mountains.”
Helen Nissenbaum: “Obfuscation is a compelling ‘weapon-of-the-weak,’ which deserves to be developed and strengthened, its moral challenges countered and mitigated.”
Do the ramifying surveillance systems for observing and recording our routine activities fundamentally threaten our privacy and freedom?
Amid disquiet over encroachments on privacy by government and corporations, are young people not respecting the traditional boundaries of privacy?
How does the persistence and ubiquity of surveillance in our digitizing world affect what it means to be a citizen?