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Tuesday, November 06, 2012


Sean Carter

I think there is still much room for privacy in this data filled word. Data protection becomes a large part of this. Keeping unwanted elements aware from your data is key. As we learn to live with these technologies more I feel these securities paired with people better understanding what they should not be doing with personal data and information will get better

Conor Mulroe

Readers may also be interested in the Harvard Law Review's Symposium on Privacy & Technology, taking place this Friday, Nov. 9, in Cambridge. The schedule and papers are available at and the event is open to the public.

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