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You Don't Have to Yell

Mar 11, 2021

In 2016, personal data harvested from social networks was used to micro-target voters in ways previously unseen. It not only raised awareness of the amount of data available on individuals to those who could pay for it, but also revealed how it could be used to further divisions in society.

Denise Howell, technology lawyer and one of the foremost experts on the legal landscape surrounding digital privacy, discusses the regulatory landscape around digital privacy, and the move to give individuals the ultimate say in what's done with their digital identity.