We Live in Public
This documentary examines the loss of privacy in the digital age through a social experiment/art project by Internet entrepreneur Josh Harris. In the late '90s, Harris invited 150 people to live in an underground bunker bristling with webcams, their every move broadcast to the world, even in the bathroom. Throughout the documentary, Harris makes predictions about the future of technology and its effects on the human condition, some of which seem obvious and inevitable today - a testament to Harris's prescience.
surveillance, internet, privacy
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