Are Your Gadgets Spying On You?

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Al Franken, United States Senator (D), Minnesota Chairman, Subcommittee on Privacy, Technology, and the Law (of the Committee on the Judiciary)

Justin Brookman, director of consumer privacy, Center for Democracy and Technology, Washington, D.C.

Larry Downes, author, "The Laws of Disruption: Harnessing the New Forces that Govern Life and Business in the Digital Age" (Basic Books, 2009), blogger: Cnet, Forbes, Senior Fellow, TechFreedom, Berkeley, Calif.

Edward Felten, chief technologist, Federal Trade Commission, (on leave from Princeton University), Princeton, N.J.

Your smart phone and your car's GPS may know where you are and where you've been—what happens to that data once it's collected? Ira Flatow and guests discuss consumer privacy and electronic devices. What data can companies legally collect and with whom can they share it?

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