Tag: surveillance

  • Hiding from the machine

    From ‘A Single Laser Fired Through a Keyhole Can Expose Everything Inside a Room’, published by Gizmodo on September 8, 2021: The keyhole imaging technique, developed by researchers at Stanford University’s Computational Imaging Lab, is so named because all that’s needed to see what’s inside a closed room is a tiny hole (such as a […]

  • An app for dissent in the 21st century

    “Every act of rebellion expresses a nostalgia for innocence and an appeal to the essence of being.” These words belong to the French philosopher Albert Camus, from his essay The Rebel (1951). The persistence of that appeal is rooted in our ease of access to it – as the holders of rights, as participants of democracies, as able workers, as […]