The latest installment of The New York Times’ "Privacy Project" portrays privacy unconventionally through a collection of poems, prose and artwork. The various works draw from different points of view and range in subject matter, but each relays a perspective on everyday life under surveillance. The collection includes pieces from Robert Pinsky, Gish Jen, Amadou Diallo, Jillian Weise and more. (Registration may be required to access this story.)
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