Destruction of Private Space



The role of engineers and their relationship with technology has gradually changed throughout history. As society continues to advance quickly, a minority of engineers have pressed for the world to understand technology as something that is evolving too fast for the world to understand and handle. A ready example that is commonly used (but not irrelevant) is Mark Zukerberg’s Facebook. As technology begins to catalogue and collect information about the populous, there is less and less of a private space as people’s lives are made public. 



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One Response to Destruction of Private Space

  1. Barbara says:

    Stephanie, your post is a bit too general. Perhaps linking your points directly to some of Balsamo’s ideas would add specificity and depth. There are some interesting connections.

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