Adam Greenfield, Tish Shute
Tish Shute: Legal scholar Eben Moglen has identified three elements of privacy: anonymity, secrecy, and most important, autonomy. How do you see Moglen's three elements in the context of a ubiquitously networked world? Are there ways we could design ubiquitous systems that might support personal autonomy? Adam Greenfield: If we accept for the moment a definition of autonomy as a feeling of being the master of one's own fate, then absolutely, yes. One thing I talk about a good deal is using ambient situational awareness to lower decision coststhat is, to lower the information costs associated with arriving at…
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