Our evolved intuitions about privacy aren’t made for this era | Curio

Our evolved intuitions about privacy aren’t made for this era

14 mins | Sep 20, 2021

Our fear of tech is instinctual. Why are our brains fearful of the rapid development of technology such as Google Glass? Moral psychology experts Joe Green and Azim Shariff reveal why our concern for privacy is evolutionary. Here, they reflect on the ways in which we live in an increasingly online world is one of the biggest environmental shifts in humanity's history, and our privacy psychology is struggling to catch up.

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