I sent my parents a copy of Shoshana Zuboff's book "The Age of Surveillance Capitalism" and they actually read it. They're even agreeing that maybe they should look at tech as more than what is the more convenient.
I'm proud of them for willing to learn. They've been curious about big tech and privacy for a while, getting rid of smart speakers, removing some apps, etc but this is the first time they've shown and interest in really learning about why these things are bad.
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