The Resource The end of trust, copy editor: Daniel Levin Becker

The end of trust, copy editor: Daniel Levin Becker

Label
The end of trust
Title
The end of trust
Statement of responsibility
copy editor: Daniel Levin Becker
Contributor
Editor
Issuing body
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
"Is this era of unprecedented, low-level distrust-in our tech companies and our peers, our democracy and our justice system-we never know who's watching us, what they know, and how they'll use it. Our personal data must be protected against Equifax hacks, doxxing, government tracking, and corporate data mining. Meanwhile, we wade through an unprecedented amount of disinformation and deception. Fake news and Russian-purchased propaganda are woven into our media diets, and anonymity on the internet leaves us ever suspicious. In the face of this, rather than seek privacy where we can, we eagerly offer up our remaining details to social media, craving the surveillance and scrutiny of our peers. We're unsure of how all of this is affecting the moral development of a generation coming of age in this new culture of surveillance, but we continue on. It leads us to wonder if we've reached the end of trust, and if we even care"--Amazon.com
Member of
Cataloging source
YDX
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Levin Becker, Daniel
  • McSweeney's (Firm)
Series statement
McSweeney's
Series volume
54
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Electronic surveillance
  • Electronic surveillance
  • Electronic surveillance
  • Privacy, Right of
  • Internet in espionage
  • American essays
Label
The end of trust, copy editor: Daniel Levin Becker
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Cover title
  • "In our first-ever entirely nonfiction issue of McSweeney’s, The End of Trust (McSweeney’s Issue 54) features more than thirty writers and artists investigating surveillance in the digital age. Across more than 350 pages of essays, debates, interviews, graphs, and manifestos from over thirty contributors—including Edward Snowden, Julia Angwin, Malkia Cyril, Gabriella Coleman, Jenna Wortham, and dozens more, and with special advisor Electronic Frontier Foundation—this monumental collection asks whether we’ve reached the end of trust, and whether we even care."--From publisher's website
Bar code
  • 31223122777585
  • 31223125711680
  • 31223122777577
  • 31223122777551
  • 31223122777569
  • 31223122777635
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Should law enforcemant use surveillance?
  • Hamid Khan, Ken Montenegro, and Myke Cole
  • The economics of mistrust
  • Ethan Zuckerman
  • Search queries of visitors who landed ath ethe online litmag, "The Big Ugly Review", but who, we are pretty sure, were looking for something else
  • Elizabeth Stix
  • Edward Snowden explains blockchain to his lawyer -- and the rest of us
  • Ben Wizner
  • Watching the black body
  • Malkia Cyril
  • Letters
  • The digital blues
  • Jennifer Kabat
  • Alvaro Bedoya talks with Cindy Cohn
  • reconsidering anonymity in the age of narcissism
  • Gabriella Coleman
  • It takes a village
  • Camille Fassett
  • Virginia Eubanks talks with Jacob Silverman
  • The postcards we send, tips on staying vigilant in the information age
  • Soraya Okuda
  • Jenna Wortham, Jenny Odell, Carson Mell, Chelsea Hogue, Joanna Howard
  • A more visionary movement
  • Thenmozhi Soundararajan
  • The media virus, my problem child
  • Douglas Rushkoff
  • The right to experiment
  • Bruce Schneier
  • Forseeing FOIAs from the future with Madeline Ashby
  • Dave Maass
  • A compendium of law enforcement surveillance tools
  • Edward F. Loomis
  • Everyting happens so much
  • Sara Wachter-Boettcher
  • Peak denial
  • Cory Doctorow
  • Julia Angwin and Trevor Paglen in conversation
  • moderated by Reyhan Harmanci
Dimensions
23 cm.
Extent
343 pages
Isbn
9781944211608
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)1042097770
Label
The end of trust, copy editor: Daniel Levin Becker
Publication
Note
  • Cover title
  • "In our first-ever entirely nonfiction issue of McSweeney’s, The End of Trust (McSweeney’s Issue 54) features more than thirty writers and artists investigating surveillance in the digital age. Across more than 350 pages of essays, debates, interviews, graphs, and manifestos from over thirty contributors—including Edward Snowden, Julia Angwin, Malkia Cyril, Gabriella Coleman, Jenna Wortham, and dozens more, and with special advisor Electronic Frontier Foundation—this monumental collection asks whether we’ve reached the end of trust, and whether we even care."--From publisher's website
Bar code
  • 31223122777585
  • 31223125711680
  • 31223122777577
  • 31223122777551
  • 31223122777569
  • 31223122777635
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Should law enforcemant use surveillance?
  • Hamid Khan, Ken Montenegro, and Myke Cole
  • The economics of mistrust
  • Ethan Zuckerman
  • Search queries of visitors who landed ath ethe online litmag, "The Big Ugly Review", but who, we are pretty sure, were looking for something else
  • Elizabeth Stix
  • Edward Snowden explains blockchain to his lawyer -- and the rest of us
  • Ben Wizner
  • Watching the black body
  • Malkia Cyril
  • Letters
  • The digital blues
  • Jennifer Kabat
  • Alvaro Bedoya talks with Cindy Cohn
  • reconsidering anonymity in the age of narcissism
  • Gabriella Coleman
  • It takes a village
  • Camille Fassett
  • Virginia Eubanks talks with Jacob Silverman
  • The postcards we send, tips on staying vigilant in the information age
  • Soraya Okuda
  • Jenna Wortham, Jenny Odell, Carson Mell, Chelsea Hogue, Joanna Howard
  • A more visionary movement
  • Thenmozhi Soundararajan
  • The media virus, my problem child
  • Douglas Rushkoff
  • The right to experiment
  • Bruce Schneier
  • Forseeing FOIAs from the future with Madeline Ashby
  • Dave Maass
  • A compendium of law enforcement surveillance tools
  • Edward F. Loomis
  • Everyting happens so much
  • Sara Wachter-Boettcher
  • Peak denial
  • Cory Doctorow
  • Julia Angwin and Trevor Paglen in conversation
  • moderated by Reyhan Harmanci
Dimensions
23 cm.
Extent
343 pages
Isbn
9781944211608
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)1042097770

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