In a future digital surveillance society, citizens will be profied accordingly to their data by governments and businesses.
As those become a means of control, some people won’t become beneficiaries of certain welfare/social policies and public services (e.g.: could not buy certain food because of bad health record).
In response, new self-organized self-sustainable communities will emerge and establish communes where anti-surveillance practices are led in order to protect themselves (e.g.: data scrambling).
Theodora Karadima, Marcelo Ramirez