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Protecting Your Digital Identity from Hackers, Trackers and Eavesdroppers

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Digital privacy feels more elusive than ever as we give up personal information for the conveniences of communicating, shopping, and researching topics online. And as the Trump Administration proposes to require certain people to surrender their social media passwords as a condition of entry to the U.S., concerns mount about the level of privacy we can expect from the government. In this hour, we speak to a panel of journalists and digital privacy experts about how to take control of your online identity.

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The Privacy Paradox from Note to Self


Manoush Zomorodi, host, WNYC's "Note to Self" podcast

Julia Angwin, senior reporter, ProPublica

Larry Magid, tech analyst, KCBS Bay Area and CBS News; ceo and cofounder, ConnectSafely.org


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