Protect Your Privacy (Episode 105)
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SUMMARY:

Big Tech has created the Data Economy, which exploits your personal and business privacy. Discover how you can protect your privacy while engaging in the Data Economy. Carissa Veliz joins Andy. 

 

SHOW NOTES:

2:50: What Is The Data Economy?

3:56: What’s Wrong With Big Tech Collecting Data?

6:19: How Will AI Advance The Data Economy?

9:08: How Much Info Does Big Tech Acquire?

12:53: How Are Governments Reacting To The Data Economy?

15:13: How Can Individuals Protect Themselves In The Data Economy?

17:01: How Has COVID Impacted Privacy?

20:07: What Responsibility Do Small Businesses Have In The Data Economy?

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