First, this bibliography they compiled, which includes a lot of additional resources, seems to undergird how the series has unfolded and might be a good starting point.
Also, in July, the editor of the Op-Ed section summarized what (they thought) we’ve learned from [the] privacy project so far. Some key points they highlight are:
- Surveillance Tools Are Readily Available
- We Don’t Know Enough About What Happens to Our Data
Privacy Violations Affect Us in Tangible Ways
- Sacrificing Your Privacy Might Sometimes Be Worthwhile
They conclude with a few thoughts on what can be done.
Continue reading What We’ve Learned From Our Privacy Project (So Far) and more from The Privacy Project on NY Times website.