The Price of Privacy: A Debate over Corporate Surveillance

Data is being collected on each of us every day by the apps that we use, the websites that we visit, and the services we subscribe to. How is this data used by companies and organizations? What is the difference between data security and data privacy? Where should the balance be struck between privacy and the benefits of increased data collection? This video will discuss these questions and more.

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As always, the Federalist Society takes no position on particular legal or public policy issues; all expressions of opinion are those of the speaker.

Differing Views:

“When Considering Federal Privacy Legislation”

“I Quit My Job to Protest My Company’s Work on Building Killer Robots”

“Social Media and Government Surveillance: The Case for Better Privacy Protections for Our Newest Public Space”

“Potential Constitutional Conflicts in State and Local Data Privacy Regulations”

Neil Chilson

Senior Research Fellow for Technology and Innovation

Charles Koch Institute

Liz O’Sullivan

Technology Director

Surveillance Technology Oversight Project

William Rinehart

Senior Research Fellow

Center for Growth and Opportunity

Jeramie Scott

EPIC Senior Counsel and Director

EPIC Domestic Surveillance Project

Cyber & Privacy

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