“The reﬂection that one sees in a house of mirrors
highlights and shades various aspects of a person’s
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“Technology’s gravitation toward perfection should
also make us appreciate the deliberative spaces
created by the imperfection of law.”
“When Uncle Sam tells you to shut up, it’s
censorship; when Apple does, it’s simply a
contractual clause somewhere in the terms of service
(which you never read anyway). The police need some
probable cause to monitor your private Facebook
communications, but Facebook itself can do this,
well, just because it can—and it has the right
1.There is no "I" without hiding something
2.Social relations are impossible without hiding
3.We hide all kinds of things anyway
4.You don't know what's wrong
5.What's wrong changes
6.Nobody never does nothing wrong
7.You don't know what they're looking for