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How to Protect Your Privacy When You Step Outside

Someone somewhere just took a photo of you

A photo of a sea of phones recording a scene at a concert at night.
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Do you ever think about the myriad profile pics, Instagram posts, and photo slideshows in which you likely play the role of “extra”? What about the number of times you star in government or business-owned surveillance footage?

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Lauren Kaufman

Lauren Kaufman

Armchair Public-Interest Technologist | Working to make sense of the intersection between policy & technology

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