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    You’ve heard the expression, “When something is free, you’re the product.” And, while you may think it’s no big deal to give away your personal data in exchange for free online services, how can you know that what you get for what you give is a fair trade? Meet some of the people determined to shape the reality (or lack thereof) of privacy online.

    https://irlpodcast.org/

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  2. Privacy Paradox: What You Can Do About Your Data Right Now : All Tech Considered : NPR

    How can you stay digitally connected without feeling intruded upon? WNYC’s five-day plan hopes to take the mystery out of digital privacy and improve lives both online and off.

    http://www.npr.org/sections/alltechconsidered/2017/01/30/512434746/privacy-paradox-what-you-can-do-about-your-data-right-now

    —Huffduffed by colinmanning

  3. The End Of Privacy : TED Radio Hour : NPR

    In this hour, TED speakers explore our changing notions of privacy, the consequences, and whether privacy will soon be a relic of the past.

    http://www.npr.org/programs/ted-radio-hour/265352348/the-end-of-privacy

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  4. CHRIS SOGHOIAN ON NSA LEAKS AND THE PARADOX OF PRIVACY - THE VICE PODCAST SHOW

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  5. Online Data Present A Privacy Minefield

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  6. The End Of Privacy : TED Radio Hour : NPR

    In this hour, TED speakers explore our changing notions of privacy, the consequences, and whether privacy will soon be a relic of the past.

    http://www.npr.org/programs/ted-radio-hour/265352348/the-end-of-privacy

    download

    Tagged with ted speakers

    —Huffduffed by msbritt

  7. USENIX Enigma 2019 - Privacy Engineering: Not Just for Privacy Engineers

    Jennifer Anderson, Uber

    Most privacy talks are given by privacy experts. I’m not a privacy expert. In fact, my job is to help teams across Uber access and analyze appropriate data to make our services smarter and more reliable. As such, my team is often on the receiving end of technical and policy requirements from our privacy teams. This talk will discuss how privacy and data engineers at Uber joined forces to build a privacy-protecting approach to data retrieval and what privacy teams need to know about working with data teams to accomplish their goals. I’ll share specific examples from Uber engineering on how we work with our privacy colleagues to enforce least privilege, data protection, and compliance with regulatory requirements.

    Sign up to find out more about Enigma at https://enigma.usenix.org

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    —Huffduffed by sigerson

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    Big Tech wants to exploit our personal data, and the government wants to keep tabs on us. But “privacy” isn’t what’s really at stake.

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    Room: K.4.601
    Day: Sunday
    Start: 11:55
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    Daniel Stenberg, Stéphane Bortzmeyer and Bert Hubert will discuss the changing DNS privacy landscape, including topics such as DoH, DoT. Moderated by Jan-Piet Mens.

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