The I cannot be rescued: data trails and digital identity
10/9/2017 Reading time: 1 minute(s)
A guest essay by Andrew Keen, critic of the digital revolution
The Internet is omnipresent. It reaches into the most private corners of our lives, where it takes on meaning that contributes to determining our identity. And not only in a positive way.
Andrew Keen has been following the digital revolution for years, writing critical essays and books such as the bestseller “The Internet is not the Answer”. Foto: © Jens Panduro