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Protecting Privacy in a Web-Searching World

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Protecting Privacy in a Web-Searching World

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Protecting Privacy in a Web-Searching World

Protecting Privacy in a Web-Searching World

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With the online world becoming ever more important in day-to-day life, how will people be able to better manage the flood of information available on the Internet? Experts discuss search engine technology, and the challenge of protecting personal information in a search engine age.

Andrew Keen, author, Cult of the Amateur

Javed Mostafa, professor of informatics, Indiana School of Informatics, Indiana University

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