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“Privacy”: A Unique Play Starring Your Smart Phone

Daniel Solove
Founder of TeachPrivacy

Privacy Awareness

I was fortunate to see James Graham’s incisive play “Privacy” this past Sunday at the Public Theater in New York City.  The play is a witty and immensely engaging examination of all the data being collected about us and being assembled into digital dossiers.  Technology is adeptly woven into the play.  At many points during the production, audience members are asked to use their smart phones.  The script is entertaining and intelligent.  There is never a dull moment, and I was laughing throughout.  Continue Reading