Podcast: Michal Kosinski Shares His Vision of a World without Privacy

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Podcast: Michal Kosinski Shares His Vision of a World without Privacy

Should your digital footprint be public?

What does the end of privacy look like? Stanford professor Michal Kosinski shares with Stanford Insights his optimistic vision of a world with less privacy but more tolerance.

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