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David Brin

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Scientist and science fiction author whose novels include The Postman, Earth, and his 1998 nonfiction book, The Transparent Society: Will Technology Force Us to Choose between Privacy and Freedom?

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With every click, tap and swipe on our digital devices we're creating massive amounts of data — messages, purchases, status updates – and we're archiving everything we do for…

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With every click, tap and swipe on our digital devices we're creating massive amounts of data — messages, purchases, status updates – and we're archiving everything we do for…

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