Friday, April 30th, 2021

Data Privacy | Polylogues


Privacy is vitally important to a free society. But experts don’t always even agree on how to define it, let alone why it matters so much. In this episode of Polylogues, computer scientist Adam Smith, statistician Frauke Kreuter, and philosopher Helen Nissenbaum discuss how their disciplines approach one of the central technosocial issues of our time, and their own work to protect privacy in the digital age, in a conversation hosted by Science Communicator in Residence Konstantin Kakaes

Interviews recorded in Spring 2019, during the Simons Institute research program on Data Privacy: Foundations and Applications