TED Radio Hour: The End Of Privacy

December 1, 2015
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Everyone expects a degree of privacy. But who holds the reins over our personal information? And does it matter if it’s collected by government, by a search engine, or if we willingly give it away?

In this hour, TED speakers explore our changing notions of privacy, the consequences, and whether privacy will soon be a relic of the past.

1. Hasan Elahi: What Would You Do If The Feds Were Watching You?

2. Mikko Hyppönen: Why Should You Be Worried About NSA Surveillance?

3. Beth Noveck: Can The Open-Data Revolution Change Our Democracies?

4. John Wilbanks: Is Too Much Privacy Bad For Your Health?

5. Alessandro Acquisti: Does More Convenience Mean Less Privacy?

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