Last week at the IAPP Global Privacy Summit, journalist Glenn Greenwald issued something of a call to arms to the assembled privacy pros in front of him. Appealing to love of democracy and human freedom, he outlined the U.S. National Security Agency’s and its partners’ goal of “collecting it all” and spoke about why this should be deeply troubling for anyone living and working in a free society. Further, he recounted his initial impressions of Edward Snowden and how he came to trust the young kid who looked fresh out of high school. Did you miss it? Now you can see the full address in HD video, hosted in the IAPP’s video archive.
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