In an increasingly connected world, how does the individual maintain a modicum of privacy, or in the case of closed societies, maintain access to the outside world? In a discussion moderated by journalist Philippa Thomas, American entrepreneur Nico Sell, Chinese journalist Michael Anti, Ghanaian blogger Mac-Jordan Degadjor, and Google Ideas associate CJ Adams argue that we must tread carefully with information we publish online and be vigilant in our demands to keep the internet as free from government surveillance as possible.
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