An Animated History Of Our Privacy Expectations


In the wake of the latest WikiLeaks dump putting the world on notice that the CIA has found a way to hack into homes through TVs and personal devices, it’s likely not a few of us are wondering if privacy can really exist in a world where we are continuously connected. Animator Matthias Hoegg directed these sequences “for co-director Callum Cooper’s D&AD Yellow Pencil winning documentary series ‘The Power of Privacy’ for The Guardian. The series explores the potential as well as the limits of privacy today. The animations establish the historical context and key themes for each episode of the series.”

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