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Surveillance and Privacy Map

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MetaMute is a magazine that discusses the inter-relationship of art and new technology. In its July 2002 issue it included a beautiful security and surveillance and privacy map, using Buckminster Fuller’s Dymaxion projection. It’s a downloadable pdf and is about 38 inches x 28 inches in size. There is lots of information relating to security, surveillance and privacy. If you feel ambitious enough, you can print the map and make your own globe.

By way of Great Map.

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