Friday, June 20, 2014

Brad Templeton on Privacy

Brad Templeton is an interesting guy. I remember he started one of the earlier usergroups devoted to humour around the time I was experimenting with using the Internet to reach foreign audiences on Radio Netherlands. He later played a key role in the Electronic Freedom Foundation, and now does consulting work for Singularity University. He is famous on the conference circuits for two talks, both which he gave at a recent media conference in Hilversum's Sound and Vision Archive. Judging by the stats on Vimeo, it looks like many people haven't found it. That's because its great content without a clear context. The first part of his talk was about privacy. I agree that equates to freedom. Would be interested to know what others think.

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