The Death Of Privacy

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Up until the late 1700s, privacy was almost an unknown concept. As hunter-gatherers, we had no privacy because we lived in small intimate tribes. Then, after the agricultural revolution, we gathered into modestly-sized conurbations in which privacy was likewise essentially impossible. As nearly everyone lived within…

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Allan Milne Lees

Allan Milne Lees

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