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Tech Isn’t Vulnerable — You Are

Any conversation about privacy has to acknowledge that we are alone and powerless

LLaunching the New York Times new privacy newsletter this spring, the tech journalist Charlie Warzel described the word “privacy” as “an impoverished term.” The problem with privacy, he explained, is that it is a concept “so all-encompassing that it is impossible to…




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