Tag Archives: vie privée

Lectures du lundi matin

  85 richest people as wealthy as poorest half of the world (Guardian) Obama’s NSA speech: review without review, reform without reform (Hugh) What Obama really meant was… (Chris Hedges) Obama’s NSA ‘reforms’ are little more than a PR attempt … Continue reading

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Liens 15/01/14

The financial crisis: why have no high-level executives been prosecuted? (New York Review of Books) What secrets your phone is sharing about you (Wall Street Journal) U.S. spy agency’s push for secrecy seen as another failing of Obama’s transparency pledge … Continue reading

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Le PLC veut mieux vous connaître pour mieux vous tromper

S’inspirant d’une des stratégies électorales de Barack Obama, le Parti libéral du Canada se monte une mégabase de données qui vise les 24 millions d’électeurs canadiens: En gros, cette base de données sophistiquée du PLC, baptisée Liberalist, vise à connaître … Continue reading

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Pourquoi nous devons défendre notre vie privée

Dans une récente interview, Glenn Greenwald explique pourquoi la vie privée doit être défendue: The reason [privacy] is so crucial is that it is only in that state that we are free to do the things that other human beings … Continue reading

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Big Brother subverts our will to resist

Garret Keizer, “Privacy,” 2012: It is not the Constitution that is being subverted by Big Brother so much as the will to resist, without which there never could have been a Constitution in the first place. If I’m willing to … Continue reading

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