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We talk with journalists and internet researchers about the rise of online extremism in the latest episode of the podcast Crazy/Genius.
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The Atlantic podcast Crazy/Genius returns to explain how privacy became the most important idea on the internet—and why it’s still so confusing.
Surveillance capitalism, porn wars, totalitarian AI in Brooklyn and Beijing, and other real-life dystopias
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