A couple of miles west of this week’s IAPP Europe Data Protection Intensive in London, UK, another perspective on privacy is on view at the Donmar Warehouse theatre. The production PRIVACY, a play by British playwright James Graham, is appealing to general audiences. Detailing how the play unfolds—including interactive use of audience members’ cellphones and selfies, Christopher Wolf writes in his post “Is Privacy Just a Show?” for the Privacy Perspectives blog, “Once an esoteric and technical issue for a focused few, privacy and PRIVACY have mainstream interest.”
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