Barry Schwartz, author of The Paradox of Choice: Why More is Less and professor of social therapy and social action at Swarthmore College, shared his insights on the intersection of choices and privacy with the Privacy Advisor. "I think the main task facing organizations that worry about Internet privacy is to figure out a 'default' level of privacy that enables people to benefit from what the Web makes available and not be tortured by it," he explained. Schwartz, who will be a keynote speaker at the IAPP Global Privacy Summit in March, said he will be discussing "how too much choice produces paralysis rather than liberation, leads to bad decisions and reduces satisfaction with even good decisions."
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