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On Internet Privacy, Be Very Afraid
‘Surveillance Is the Business Model of the Internet,’ Berkman and Belfer Fellow Says
In the internet era, consumers seem increasingly resigned to giving up fundamental aspects of their privacy for convenience in using their phones and computers, and have grudgingly accepted that being monitored by corporations and even governments is just a fact of modern life.
In fact, internet users in the United States have fewer privacy protections than those in other countries. In April, Congress voted to allow internet service providers to collect and sell their customers’ browsing data. By contrast, the European Union hit Google this summer with a $2.7 billion antitrust fine…
Sidebar photo of Bruce Schneier by Joe MacInnis.