Professor calls for protections against intrusions into the mind from tech

26/03/2023 | The Guardian

In a new book, Nita Farahany, a leading professor at Duke University School of Law, writes that we are running out of time to prevent neurotechnology from being able to read and track our thoughts. Her book, The Battle for Your Brain, claims a public discussion is long overdue and that governments should establish brain protections as it would for any other fundamental right.

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