Privacy as invisibility: pervasive surveillance and the privatization of peer-to-peer systems
Addresses the increasing privatization of peer-to-peer file sharing systems, arguing that privacy is increasingly coinciding with mere invisibility but also that the richness of today's landscape of peer-to-peer technology opens up new dimensions to the conceptualization of privacy.
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