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  • The super rich are living in hidden neighbourhoods
  • The super rich are living in hidden neighbourhoods
    Franck Michel (2016) ©
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The super rich are living in hidden neighbourhoods

Ever since we began handing over our data online, surveillance has become an accepted part of modern life. In this climate, privacy has become the ultimate luxury, available only to the super-rich – like the residents of Hidden Hills, an exclusive neighbourhood in LA.

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