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HOW TO DESTROY SURVEILLANCE CAPITALISM — AUDIOBOOK

‘How to Destroy Surveillance Capitalism’ Audiobook — Part 2

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This week on my podcast, the second part of a seven-part serialized reading of my 2020 One Zero book How to Destroy Surveillance Capitalism, a book arguing that monopoly — not A.I.-based brainwashing — is the real way that…

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Cory Doctorow

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