Raj Patel argues that the tragedy of the commons is one borne of privatization and corporatism, not an innate fact of the commoners themselves.
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Keizer’s approach to the topic of privacy is more philosophical than policy: you won’t find solutions to the problems of data mining or warrantless wiretaps within, but you will be prompted to think hard about privacy and its many contexts.
Someone is cutting scenes from a creepy homemade movie into the rentals from the Video Hut.
I avoided this book when it first came out because I feared it would hit too close to home. I wasn’t wrong.