Mostly OK Means Occasionally Disastrous: Context, Privacy & User Expectations

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John Wunderlich, Information Privacy & Security Expert, John Wunderlich & Associates

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Protecting customer privacy is usually closely aligned with security. However, when faced with national security threats, where do companies draw the line? In the example of social media companies that are trying to limit the reach of extremist videos and suspending extremist accounts, a problem can arise when such a system is used by an authoritarian regime to take down or identify individuals opposing it. The same tools, but used in a different context, become something other than what was intended. Join this talk as John Wunderlich, an information privacy and security expert, discusses why incorporating privacy into the design of such tools is key to protecting them from abuse by authoritarian regimes.

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