The Cost of Digital Exposure
New York, December 21, 2015—Digital footprints are minutely tracked and dissected by market and state players, yet the growing implications of these practices for individual privacy and power have been poorly understood, said the panelists at a recent discussion, “Global Exposure: Virtual Transparency in the 21st Century,” at Columbia Law School.
|Columbia Law School Professor Bernard Harcourt,
author of Exposed: Desire and Disobedience in
the Digital Age, was a featured panelist at the event.
|Also featured at the event were, clockwise from top left: former
Under Secretary of State for Public Diplomacy and Public Affairs,
Judith McHale; David K. Park, dean of strategic initiatives at
Columbia University; editor-in-chief of The Intercept, Betsy Reed;
and Wired columnist Clive Thompson.