We are increasingly under surveillance in our society. Online, we willingly surrender our privacy, granting corporations and our government huge privileges over us. But in his new book, Life After Privacy, Firmin DeBrabander questions whether privacy is really so important to political liberty and asks, "if not with privacy, how else can we protect democracy?"
Maryland Institute College of Art Professor of Philosophy and author of Life After Privacy, Firmin DeBrabander, joins Cincinnati Edition to discuss his book.
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