The dangers of our ‘new data economy,’ and how to avoid them
Clip: 03/15/2019 | 3m 15s
Roger McNamee was an early investor in Facebook and still holds a stake in the social media giant--but he’s also become a vocal critic of its practices, especially around how it handles user data. McNamee offers his humble opinion on why as consumers, we need to stop being passive and take control of how we share our personal information.
Aired: 03/15/19Video has closed captioning.
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