Author: Sam Adler-Bell

Sam Adler-Bell writes about surveillance and economic justice. His work has appeared in The Nation, The Intercept, New Republic, In These Times, Jacobin and elsewhere. Policy associate at The Century Foundation in New York. He is not actually a pigeon.

Privacy for Whom?

On the subject of how privacy has always been reserved for the non-poor. Sam Adler-Bell reviews two books, Automating Inequality and The Poverty of Privacy Rights.