Kate Murphy, The New York Times, October 4, 2014

Imagine a world suddenly devoid of doors. None in your home, on dressing rooms, on the entrance to the local pub or even on restroom stalls at concert halls. Well, that’s essentially the state of affairs on the Internet. There is no privacy. Yet, as much as people want their privacy, they continue to participate because they are afraid of being left out or judged by others as unplugged and unengaged losers. […read more]