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So much distance, so little personal space: A paradox of physical distancing

We rely on apps and services from the tech giants for communication in this time of pandemic. But what are the costs? (Shutterstock/wichayada suwanachun)

We have been physically distancing and working from home for two months now. But physical distance doesn’t always grant us privacy when our personal space is no longer physical. This leads us to rethink how we value privacy and personal space — both in the digital and physical world — as we become more dependent on the internet than ever, and how their…

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Elsa Hestriana

Elsa Hestriana

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Jakarta-based. Interests include outer space, cyberspace, and personal space. @elsatoar