Online privacy is a modern concept, but the idea of a “reasonable expectation of privacy” has been evolving for over 200 years. In this month’s episode of Mobile Insights Radio with Peter Biddle, Michelle Dennedy, chief privacy officer at McAfee and Denise Howell, host of the podcast This Week in Law, the show tackles many topics including what differentiates security and privacy, the idea of a surveillance state, and what could happen when the risk of too much data falls into the wrong hands. Mobile Insights Radio with Peter Biddle is an online radio program that brings together a variety of perspectives to discuss the fusion of technology, life, culture and science. Hosted by Peter Biddle, Intel engineer and executive, the program strives to take on the hottest topics in order to create a lively and thought-provoking discussion.
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