Consumer DNA databases, like FamilyTreeDNA and GEDmatch, have opened up new avenues for law enforcement investigators to identify people suspected of committing serious crimes. But the new technique raises privacy concerns.
The Internet was once a world without borders, a place where one’s physical location was the last thing to affect our online experience. Today, a new wave of location-based services is turning the web upside down as “where?” becomes the all-important question for nearly everything we do on the web. Join Kojo as we discuss this new geography of cyberspace and explore what it holds for our digital future.
- Rob Pegoraro Personal Technology columnist, The Washington Post
- Mathew Honan Contributing editor, WIRED Magazine
- Ted Morgan Founder & CEO, Skyhook Wireless, Inc.
- Dan Melinger Founder & CEO, Socialight
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