Your Private Data Isn’t Yours — Maybe It Never Was

A gang of bad-ass cyberfeminists tear into the big question: Is there life after Snowden?

Ever since the NSA and other security services have effectively declared the internet a war zone, some people have been retreating from the digital world to protect their intimate spaces. Addie Wagenknecht, however, didn’t feel like hiding. Instead, the artist-in-residence at the Frank Ratchye Studio for Creative Inquiry at Carnegie Mellon University invited some of the “baddest-ass ladies” across arts, design, engineering, science, and journalism to explore the role of the arts in the Post Snowden era.