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Daily Dashboard | Bilton: “Anyone Who Can Watch You Will” Related reading: How GDPR is impacting the way privacy is done

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In a feature for The New York Times, Nick Bilton writes that amidst reports of online tracking, “outfits like Snapchat have exploded onto the scene … holding out the promise that all those selfies, texts and e-mails will simply vanish … But the fact is, many services that claim to offer that rarest of digital commodities—privacy—don’t really deliver.” Princeton Prof. Edward Felten weighs in, cautioning, “Just because information is unavailable to you and you don’t see it doesn’t mean that it is not being captured, stored or even seen by someone else in transit.” The ACLU’s Ben Wizner suggests “change can happen” if “technologists that are disillusioned by the incessant tracking will use their skills to make surveillance more costly.” (Registration may be required to access this story.)
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