The Costs of Connection, book review: A wider view of surveillance capitalism

Maria J. Danford


The Costs of Connection: How Facts Is Colonizing Human Life and Appropriating It for Capitalism • By Nicholas Couldry and Ulises A. Mejias • Stanford College Push • 324 internet pages • ISBN: 978-one-5036-0974-7 • $30

The phrase ‘the costs of connection’ has abruptly taken on a new and much more sinister this means in the very last couple of months, as international and domestic vacation one-way links — vectors by which human beings carried the novel coronavirus to seed it into open clusters of new hosts — have been severed. In the initial 7 days of March, however, when

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