Topic: privacy

Netpolitik: What the Emergence of Networks Means for Diplomacy and Statecraft

by Charlie Firestone and Leshuo Dong
— As Realpolitik and consensus-driven International Liberalism both show their weaknesses as constructs in a fast-moving, complex world, the authors suggests a new approach and lexicon for international relations, focused on understanding and employing network principles as a means for advancing diplomatic aims. Read more

Your Data or Your Life

— Every time we add a new device, we give away a little piece of ourselves. We often do this with very little knowledge about who is getting it, much less whether we share their ethics and values. Read more

The Rating Game

by Walter Isaacson
— If we all thought we were subject to being rated by the people around us, we might work harder to be on our best behavior. Read more