Helen Nissenbaum on Post-Consent Privacy

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In this episode, we speak with Philosopher Helen Nissenbaum. She’s a professor of Information Science at Cornell Tech, and the director of the Digital Life Initiative. She has spent the last two decades working on redefining online privacy, and calling for a “post-consent” approach. We ask her about her theory of privacy as contextual integrity, we discuss the obfuscation techniques she’s developed to fight online surveillance, and we visit SPYSCAPE, an immersive spy museum which opened last year in midtown Manhattan.

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