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Data privacy. Just saying those two words together probably conjures a whole host of emotions, ranging from suspicion and fear about the way corporations collect and use our personal information to amazement at the quantity and variety of digital products and services that our personal data buys us access to.

As any lawyer will tell you, privacy has always been a tricky issue to pin down, and the digital age has made that even more obvious, as consumers seem both more willing than ever to share private information about themselves freely online and simultaneously more concerned that such information might be used improperly.

For today’s episode, we’re going to be talking with some tech experts who deal with these issues every day.

  • Mercatus scholar Jennifer Huddleston Skees. Jennifer’s research focuses on the intersection of emerging technology and law
  • Shane Tews, Visiting Fellow at the American Enterprise Institute where she focuses on cybersecurity and internet governance
  • Brendan Bordelon, tech and cybersecurity reporter at National Journal

 

Questions, comments, episode ideas? Email Chad at creese@mercatus.gmu.edu or follow him on Twitter @ChadMReese.

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