Doc Searls

Doc Searls is editor-in-chief of Linux Journal, where he has been on the masthead since 1996. He is also co-author of The Cluetrain Manifesto (Basic Books, 2000, 2010), author of The Intention Economy: When Customers Take Charge (Harvard Business Review Press, 2012), a fellow of the Center for Information Technology & Society (CITS) at the University of California, Santa Barbara, and an alumnus fellow of the Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society at Harvard University. He continues to run ProjectVRM at that Center, and co-founded its nonprofit spinoff, Customer Commons. He also co-founded and co-organizes the twice-yearly Internet Identity Workshop at the Computer History Museum in Silicon Valley.

Posts by Doc Searls:

Privacy as a Right

Posted on Dec 5, 2018 by Doc Searls

The first comment in response to Privacy is Personal was this tweet by @raouf777: It is also a fundamental right, not a privilege to be bestowed on anyone. The individual should have the…

Categories: General Privacy News

Privacy is Personal

Posted on Nov 30, 2018 by Doc Searls

You can't get more private than I am right now: in a locked room, alone, unconnected to anything. Privacy is personal. It's not a service provided by somebody else. It's…

Categories: General Privacy News