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I found the future of privacy among the treasures of Venice

Even tech entrepreneurs find the new world of oversharing hard to master. Perhaps we all need carnival masks

5 September 2015

9:00 AM

5 September 2015

9:00 AM

Almost all of Venice’s greatest treasures are on public view. Anyone who visits can look across from the Doge’s Palace to the island of San Giorgio Maggiore, or take the vaporetto to see Palladio’s astonishing church. But it’s harder to sneak inside the doors of the monastery in San Giorgio, one of the city’s 118 islands.

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