What happens when images are integrated as fully into our reality as time?
As We Become Cameras
Matt Hackett

I, for one, would like a world where privacy is more important than consumption. This whole article just brings me down. Maybe T-shirts and hats that say “I do not give you permission to take my photo or use images of me” will become some kind of new dystopian fashion choice in the future. Or perhaps we will invent photo-and-video-scrambling glasses to wear in self-defense.

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