UK Confidential (Demos)
Contribution: Contribution: The Architecture of Privacy – Space, Power and Human Rights
Edited by Charlie Edwards and Catherine Fieschi
Co-authored with International Festival/ Marten Spangberg.
Privacy protects a set of deeply significant values that no society can do without; it is about the lines, boundaries and relationships we draw between and among ourselves, communities and institutions. Privacy appears threatened because our perception of what it means has radically changed. This collection argues that we get the privacy culture we deserve. Our appetite for a connected society means we have yet to determine why we still care about privacy.
These essays explore the underlying challenges and realities of privacy in an open society, and argue for a new settlement between the individual and society; the public and the state; the consumer and business. To achieve this, we need collective participation in negotiating the terms and conditions of twenty-first century privacy.