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Your personal space is no longer physical – it’s a global network of data

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Your personal space is no longer physical – it’s a global network of data. / Carta, Silvio.

In: The Conversation, 01.07.2018.

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abstract = "In the digital world, any action we do generates data – whether browsing the internet, answering emails or messaging our friends. Translated into radio waves, this information can travel almost effortlessly through space in a split second. Data are all around us, invisibly occupying the space between ourselves and other objects in the built environment. My colleagues and I conducted a study to understand how the presence of all this data alters our understanding of personal and public spaces.",
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