It's understandable if your pessimistic about the state of our privacy these days. Between the slow but steady creep of facial recognition, surveillance-based advertising, and social media, we've never been more exposed. It feels as if everyday brings a new threat, whether it be companies putting spycams on sunglasses or using dubious AI to link your facial expressions to your employment prospects. Read more about Massachusetts has a chance to clean up our national privacy disaster
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