Originally published: May 22, 2011
Last updated: May 22, 2011 - 5:54pm
The Internet is central to our modern economy and personal lives, but online privacy and trust are often in conflict. Allan Friedman, fellow and research director for the Center for Technology Innovation at Brookings, says that if people are unwilling to share their information, entire parts of the information economy could collapse. Friedman explores the security of private information on the Internet, what individuals, governments and business can do to keep information safe, and how we allow our data to be used.
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