- 0:00:00 Introductions
- 0:04:04 Technology Can Save Privacy, Latanya Sweeney
- 0:49:54 Q&A
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Traditional privacy safeguards for data sharing are rooted in consent and de-identification and past approaches seem ineffective in today’s data rich networked society. Popular applications, like those of Facebook and Google, trade personal data for services, and are acquiring unprecedented amounts of personal information. To some, privacy seems lost already. But even though technology challenges privacy, technology can also save privacy. Recent scientific advances and technical innovations enable new ways of thinking about privacy so that privacy itself can leverage technical advancement. The promise from doing so is that society will not be bound by the false belief that society must choose between privacy and technology, but instead, society will be able to enjoy both privacy and technology. In this talk, we will examine some new models for privacy in today’s data rich networked society.