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Ontzielde wereld : de existentiële dreiging van Big Tech

Franklin Foer (author)

Ontzielde wereld : de existentiële dreiging van Big Tech

Genre:
Analyse van de invloed van grote, wereldwijd actieve bedrijven op ons doen en laten, onder meer door reclame en het aantasten van privacy.
Title
Ontzielde wereld : de existentiële dreiging van Big Tech
Author
Franklin Foer
Language
Dutch
Original language
English
Original title
World without mind
Distributor
Brussel: Luisterpunt, 2017
1 cd
Playing time
08:55
Original publisher
De Bezige Bij
Note
Nederlandse stem Stem: Vrouw
CDR
a452735
Placing suggestion
520.7 (SISO) Samenleving ; Informatiemaatschappij (ZIZO)

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About Franklin Foer

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Franklin Foer (; born July 20, 1974) is a staff writer at The Atlantic and former editor of The New Republic, commentating on contemporary issues from a liberal perspective.

Personal life

Foer was born in 1974 to a Jewish family. He is the son of Albert Foer, a lawyer, and Esther Safran Foer. He is the elder brother of novelist Jonathan Safran Foer as well as freelance journalist Joshua Foer. He graduated from Columbia University in 1996 and lives in Washington, D.C.

Career

Foer has written for Slate and New York magazine. He served as editor of American magazine The New Republic from 2006 until 2010, when he resigned — by his subsequent account, because of exhaustion over an interminable search for a patron who could save the magazine. He then became editor again in 2012, recruited by new patron Chris Hughes. His book How Soccer Expl…Read more on Wikipedia