We know what you did during lockdown is a short fiction film by Financial Times that demonstrates the challenges of using data for good at the sacrifice of privacy and the complexity of individual lives. Worth the watch.
I immediately wanted to unplug every single internet-connected device in the house. But of course I did not.
See also the short film Sight from 2012, which imagines a world where everyone’s reality is augmented with data through digitized contact lenses.
Tags: Financial Times, privacy, short film