In the age of “surveillance capitalism”, have we forfeited our right to privacy? Photo: Shutterstock In the age of “surveillance capitalism”, have we forfeited our right to privacy? Photo: Shutterstock
In the age of “surveillance capitalism”, have we forfeited our right to privacy? Photo: Shutterstock
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Three books on privacy in the digital age – if our lives are lived publicly online, what remains personal?

The Age of Surveillance Capitalism, by Shoshana Zuboff, explores how our data is used for corporate profit, Sarah E. Igo’s The Known Citizen looks at Americans’ perception of privacy, and The Lost Family, by Libby Copeland, studies the ethics of genetic testing

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In the age of “surveillance capitalism”, have we forfeited our right to privacy? Photo: Shutterstock In the age of “surveillance capitalism”, have we forfeited our right to privacy? Photo: Shutterstock
In the age of “surveillance capitalism”, have we forfeited our right to privacy? Photo: Shutterstock
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