Privacy and the New Normal

Jo wonders if the coronavirus pandemic will erode the division between public and private life.

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I’m sure you remember it: in 2017, the BBC released a video, which promptly went viral, of political analyst Robert E. Kelly’s children gate-crashing his live TV interview.

Kelly, in jacket and tie, is gravely pontificating about the political situation in North Korea when his two very small children invade the room, followed by their desperately flailing mom, who yanks them offstage.

The video went viral because it was funny and sweet. It was funny because his toddler has superb comic timing

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