We start from the premise that the line between public and private space becomes increasingly blurred in today’s digital society. Privacy is an inherent human need but the extent to which we draw the boundaries has changed in recent years. Surveillance is more and more ubiquitous and most of us are concerned about that. There is a feeling of helplessness linked to it. We might not be able to control most aspects of surveillance but we can make wiser decisions regarding how much of our private life we choose to make public ourselves.

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