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It's a feast of thousands: The annual Nobel Banquet on December 10. They say the United States' big tax reform bill contains measures that would unfairly disadvantage European business and contravene global fair-taxation rules. Morale among German business leaders has fallen slightly, according to the closely-watch Ifo sentiment barometer, but remains "excellent" despite uncertainty over the next German government coalition.
"The feeling we have on the Internet is that we are safe there, that no body is looking at us," Verhoeven says.
"We experience a certain sense of secrecy that we share with people whom we don't know.
And Verhoeven says few have taken the time to examine the effect the app may be having on their ability to connect with other people in public spaces.
"When you're constantly under the influence of people who are judging you, is it still possible to show intimacy and to show vulnerability? We instead go along with this illusion of privacy that we think we have." For his part, Nyong'o of NYU feels that app developers and users are still trying to find the right balance in terms of privacy.
I think these questions are important to ask today," Verhoeven says. "The irony of course is that the purpose of the technology is to allow you to be located," Nyong'o notes.
The difference, though, is that none of their identifying information is revealed in the project and in fact she is providing the service that they expect her to provide." While Verhoeven, the artist, says his intention was to question online anonymity, performance art experts such as N'Yongo'o and Mc Glotten are left confused by the point of the project. "I'm not sure what the artist's idea was exactly," says Mc Glotten.
"Whether it was to focus on public sex or the kind of relationship between the private and the public in relation to gay male sexuality?