Expectations of Privacy in the Information Age Take a moment to list all of the personal information you voluntarily gave out this year. So, how much privacy do you really have? Scholars James Rule and Kathryn Montgomery join Liane Hansen to mark the year's end with a conversation about privacy — how we define it, how we safeguard it and how new generations view it.
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Expectations of Privacy in the Information Age

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Expectations of Privacy in the Information Age

Expectations of Privacy in the Information Age

Expectations of Privacy in the Information Age

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Scholars James Rule and Kathryn Montgomery join Liane Hansen to mark the year's end with a conversation about privacy — how we define it, how we safeguard it and how new generations view it.

Rule is the author of Privacy in Peril and a scholar at the Center for the Study of Law and Society at University of California-Berkeley.

Kathryn Montgomery is a professor at American University's School of Communication and heads the Center's Youth, Media and Democracy project.