The Internet age – combined with a surge in income inequality – is eroding citizens’ right to privacy. New York Times fellow Amanda Hess outlines how powerful institutions are threatening the hard-won modern conception of privacy as an individual right. Increasingly, privacy is becoming a luxury item that only the rich and powerful can afford. getAbstract recommends this sobering essay to everyone interested in protecting their online details.
About the Author
Amanda Hess is a David Carr fellow for The New York Times.