Synopsis This week on "Learn Me Something," Aaron and Rich delve into online privacy. Is privacy a fundamental right and what are we doing to safeguard our data from companies that have ulterior motives?
How it got started:
It may seem obvious that you shouldn’t post risque photos of yourself online that may be used against you in the future by admissions officers or potential employers. But even an innocent-seeming comment or the mention of your birthday can have serious effects.
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Present: Aaron Stewart, Rich Plumb
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