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+ - Privacy in the Future: USENIX 2011 Keynote->

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sfranklin
sfranklin writes "Charlie Stross has posted his USENIX 2011 keynote speech at his blog. It's an interesting read, covering predictions for medium-term future (50-500 years ahead) and then focusing on the concept of lifelogging and how that will affect privacy and security. Besides the lifelogging, his description of democratic government in the early section is especially worth a look."
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