Privacy In The Age Of Google, Facebook & Wikileaks

Privacy In The Age Of Google, Facebook & Wikileaks

The New Yorker identifies and discusses some of the implied issues within the privacy debate - beyond social software and into the global and political landscape.

Paloma M. Vazquez
  • 30 november 2010

Privacy has been a much-discussed topic this year – but arguably not as much as it has been or will be following Sunday’s latest Wikileak of State Department cable traffic transmissions. That release has since raised questions over free press, journalistic responsibility, matters of national security and privacy that currently lacks a clear and conclusive answer.

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