Security/Insecurity in the News, Nov. 8 – Nov. 22

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It’s that time again: here are some news and links relating to security and insecurity from the last two weeks.

How Many of Your Memories Are Fake? (The Atlantic)

The Truly Paranoid Style in American Politics (New York Magazine)

Haulin’ Data: How Trucking Became the Frontier of Work Surveillance (The Atlantic)

What are cities doing to humanity? (io9)

Bartitsu, the Sherlock Holmes art of self-defense, is coming back (The Atlantic)

How do reporters deal with dark news? (NPR)

Are robots the harbingers of a new libertarian age? (Politico Magazine)

Forum: the cost of being an artist (The New York Times)

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