Harvard professor Margo Seltzer introduces us to a dystopian world where privacy is already dead: “Welcome to today,” she says, “We live in that future right now. We live in a surveillance state. Privacy as we knew about it is no longer feasible.”
Author: Margo Seltzer is the Herchel Smith Professor of Computer Science and a Harvard College Professor in the Harvard’s School of Engineering and Applied Sciences.
Image: A surveillance monitoring expert watches a bank of screens. REUTERS/David Moir.