Regardless of the types of information it encompasses, privacy is about controlling which pools of data are protected, writes tech anthropologist Tricia Wang.
If the operative word for privacy is â€˜controlâ€™, then personhood is all about agency. Personhood is the agency to determine oneâ€™s own life decisions and outcomes. Personhood is tied to the qualities that make us people. Itâ€™s about making decisions about everything: our careers, personal lives, homes, and relationships. Itâ€™s about having the freedom to determine where we live, who we live with, and how we live. Itâ€™s about self-determination. […]
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