Schaub: How the US Constitution does and does not protect your privacy
UMSI Assistant Professor of Information Florian Schaub joined legal scholar Anita Allen and fellow digital privacy expert Tawana Petty to discuss consumer expectations of privacy, the Fourth Amendment and surveillance of marginalized communities on WDET’s Detroit Today with host Stephen Henderson.
Data is business. Anything you do today is imbued with data, and that data has value to companies and service providers. So whatever you do on the internet, on your phone, or in your car often has a secondary value. And that data gets sold or used in ways that you might not anticipate.
Listen to the Aug. 31, 2021 edition of Detroit Today in full: myumi.ch/QAd2e
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