Privacy: Professing Principles of Digital Ethics and Privacy
2021 Apr 152m 50s
Wisdom is the reasoned synthesis and acute application of knowledge to life’s greater goals and meaning. It’s a gift and collective treasure that requires years if not generations of blood, sweat, and tears, trial and error, heroism and tragedy to be honed, survive judgment, and be passed along to new stewards. Wisdom travels from mother to son, father to daughter, teacher to pupil, from master to fellow to apprentice. It is sweetest when given freely and most bitter when taken for granted. We can’t put a price on this invisible commodity. We can only hope to repay those charitable enough to have shared it with us. Professor Anita Allen of UPENN imparts her own special wisdom in lectures on the fundamentals and nuances of privacy. We interviewed her for our book, Tomorrow’s Job’s Today, to learn about how the value of privacy is driving so much of concern around the technology at our fingertips.