We’ve long considered privacy on the internet to be a privilege we can freely give up, at no harm to ourselves. But in light of the recent Cambridge Analytic scandal, that perspective is beginning to change. Examining Ethics resident ethics expert Andy Cullison explains why we should all protect our privacy online — for our own sakes as well as for others.
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Thanks to Evelyn Brosius for our logo. Music used in this episode:
“Master” by Blue Dot Sessions
From the Free Music Archive