Virtual Tribes and the State of Privacy

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Earlier in the year I was invited to participate in an event Booz Allen Hamilton convened at Georgetown discussing the idea of Virtual Tribes and the future of privacy. The findings from the two-day long conference have been finalized and you can read the report here: People2People Virtual Tribes.

There were interesting presentations and discussions in physical space, but also running parallel was a "virtual debate" that was semi-open to the public around the question "digital privacy: good, bad, dead or alive?" Myself and the other student moderators got into some good flow on the issues and I think you'll enjoy that discussion in particular; it begins on page 50 of the report.