What's on the Web About You? Type your name into Google and you may be surprised at what you find. Guests talk about lessons learned in cyberspace and controlling your online persona.
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What's on the Web About You?

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What's on the Web About You?

What's on the Web About You?

What's on the Web About You?

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Type your name into Google and you may be surprised at what you find. Guests talk about lessons learned in cyberspace and controlling your online persona.

Guests:

Ana Marie Cox, author of the book Dog Days; Wonkette emerita

Jeffrey Rosen, professor at George Washington University Law School

Andy Sernovitz, CEO of the Word of Mouth Marketing Association

David Weinberger, research fellow at the Berkman Center for Internet & Society at Harvard Law School