|October 14, 2014|
|Is "Privacy and Security" Really Dead?|
|By Jacob Morgan|
|The one stat you need to know
86% of internet users have tried to use the internet in ways to minimize the visibility of their digital footprints. 55% of internet users have taken steps to hide from specific people or organizations. - Pew Research
What this episode is about and why you should care
A few weeks ago on Forbes, I wrote an article called, Privacy Is Completely And Utterly Dead, And We Killed It, as a follow up to that article I wanted to do a podcast. To me, it feels like we're in a place where privacy and security is not only dead but we, as people, [...]
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