It's often true that privacy professionals talk about the datafication of our lives as being impersonal. In fact, however, data is incredibly personal and intimate, and the technologies we employ impact us in incredibly intimate ways. Given that, it's important for privacy professionals to work beyond compliance and closely examine the ways technologies are going to be used, in particular, in asymmetric power dynamics. That was the message from yesterday’s closing keynoter, Karen Levy, here at PSR. Privacy Advisor Editor Angelique Carson has the recap.
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