Josh Golin, Director of Campaign for a Commercial-Free Childhood, fights a corporate culture of consumerism and surveillance that has ensnared our kids.
Jonathan Taplin, former music and film maven, tells what the new rentier economy of Internet aggregators has done to the arts, journalism, and democracy.
Tim Kasser has spent over two decades studying the relationship between materialism and well-being.
Tim Wu is a renowned scholar on our communications networks, having coined the phrase “net neutrality”. His latest book, The Attention Merchants, is a history of advertising, and it’s not pretty. He spoke with us about declining privacy and the current state of the Internet.