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    The Privacy Paradox

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    1. Lucy P. Marcus Lucy P. Marcus
    2. Jeffrey D. Sachs Jeffrey D. Sachs
    3. Robert Skidelsky Robert Skidelsky
    4. Anne-Marie Slaughter Anne-Marie Slaughter
    • With so much attention being devoted to tech companies' abuse of personal data, it's easy to forget that governments – particularly law-enforcement and intelligence agencies – and even segments of the press have been responsible for some of the worst privacy violations of the digital era.

    • Can the digital economy be adapted to put citizens before governments and corporations?

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