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As we’ve learned over the course of this book, privacy really hasn’t existed since 1917. The question is, what are we going to do about it now? If left to their own devices, companies are going to continue to collect data in creepy ways, and data breaches are going to occur due to poor security. In this episode, I’ll talk about what we can do going forward, as well as about some good news.

Highlights of today’s episode include:

  • Changes to Apple’s Safari browser
  • Changes to Google Chrome
  • The increased availability of tools you can use to protect yourself
  • The section on privacy in Washington’s state constitution
  • Privacy laws in New York
  • How state attorney generals can help enforce privacy laws
  • How grassroots organizing can help
  • How the threat of changes at the state level could inspire companies to police themselves

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