Let’s talk about the good things that happened this year.
Yes, 2020 has been a relentless nightmare that’s unspooled at rapidly shifting speeds — and it’s showing no signs of magically abating as the clock strikes 12 this New Year’s Eve. But you, who by some combination of luck or fate are still thinking and breathing, know this already. What you may be less aware of, however, is that despite the undeniable pain and tragedy 2020 has wrought, there are developments worth celebrating.
While each passing year seemingly brings with it news of further digital indignities thrust upon your life, 2020 witnessed genuine progress when it comes to protecting your privacy