The biological impact of constant surveillance.

/The biological impact of constant surveillance.

Biologist Peter Watts (no relation to the character from Millennium, I assume) makes the case that constant surveillance–be it by lions, Google, or the NSA–is biologically bad for mammals, i.e. most people reading this (not you, Googlebot). It makes us paranoid and angry.

No way to run a civil society, in other words.

2016-05-14T11:05:26+00:0022nd July, 2014|Tags: privacy, tech|Comments Off on The biological impact of constant surveillance.