Digitization, Surveillance, Colonialism

This article discusses the importance of privacy in the context of the recent Supreme Court ruling on abortion in the United States. The ruling has led to the potential for personal data, such as browsing histories and location data, to be used to prosecute women seeking abortions and those who assist them. The text argues that privacy is important because it protects individuals from abuses of power, and that the digital age has made the challenge of protecting privacy more formidable, but not impossible. The text also discusses the motivations of tech companies to digitize the world and their pursuit of younger and younger children as new users.