Hans de Zwart is innovation manager for global learning technologies at Shell and a volunteer at the Bits of Freedom (BOF). BOF is the Dutch digital rights organization, focusing on privacy and communications freedom in the digital age. In this podcast, Hans talks with Dennie Heye about the concept of privacy and how in a networked world privacy is changing. The Internet’s permanence, replicability, scale and searchability should affect the way we think about privacy going forward. We actively have to think about the trade offs and Hans provides advice on what we can do ourselves.
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