Glenn Greenwald, Best-Selling Author & Journalist
| May 30, 2019
Lately the question of privacy has taken on a whole new significance: namely, the economic imperative for data managers and companies to balance the commercial benefits of exploiting personal data with the commercial loss of developing a reputation as an unreliable guardian of users' privacy. Watch the highlights below, you can request access to the full video.
The right to privacy is typically debated as a political and ethical question. And it most certainly is that: the extent to which citizens are willing to have powerful governmental and corporate entities know intimate details of their lives, choices and actions in exchange for promised benefits plays a crucial role in how various components of our society is shaped. But lately the question of privacy has taken on a whole new significance: namely, the economic imperative for data managers and companies to balance the commercial benefits of exploiting personal data with the commercial lost of developing a reputation as an unreliable guardian of users' privacy.
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