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Guest Host: Jen Golbeck
There’s no such thing as anonymous in today’s digitized world, when everything from web searches to clothing sizes are saved and quantified to create a digital you. Tech companies have become identity managers- collecting our personal data as we use their services, then selling that information to the highest bidder. Join us for a Tech Tuesday conversation about the data we leave behind while we go about our lives, and how that information is being sold and used.
- Alvaro Bedoya Founding Executive Director, Center on Privacy and Technology at Georgetown Law
- Jeff Chester Executive Director, Center for Digital Democracy
- Daniel Castro Vice President, Information Technology and Innovation Foundation; Director, Center for Data Innovation.
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