PSA Today #37: Kaliya and Seth talk with Julian Ranger, Chairman & Founder of Digi.me about personal data governance (in a world of surveillance capitalism)
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1y ago
Check out https://digi.me/ for more about Julian and his company and how they are going to market ..read more
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PSA Today #36: Kaliya and Seth talk about Privacy, Anonymity, Pseudonymity & NFTs
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by Kaliya & Seth
1y ago
Our first trip down the rabbit hold of NFTs:  how do issues of identity and anonymity play out in the world of creating and collecting digital art and collectibles on the blockchain ..read more
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PSA Today #35: Kaliya talks with Lucy Yang, Community Director of the COVID-19 Credentials Initiative
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by Kaliya & Seth
1y ago
https://www.covidcreds.org/ Lucy  Yang is the Community Director of the COVID-19 Credentials Initiative and leads the operations and communications of the community, which has now grown to over 400 participants. Lucy is an entrepreneur and business leader, experienced in taking ventures off the ground and leading their growth from 0 to 10. Prior to moving to Toronto from Beijing, she was involved in many startups and helped expand their operations across China. During her MBA at the University of Toronto, Lucy co-founded a social project that was covered by over 10+ media outlets includin ..read more
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PSA Today #34: Kaliya & Seth talk LEIs (Legal Entity Identifiers) with Simon Wood, CEO of Ubisecure
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by Kaliya & Seth
1y ago
Simon Wood is the CEO of Ubisecure, the #1 issuer of LEIs (Legal Entity Identifiers) We discuss the evolution of LEIs since the financial crisis of 2008, the difference between high assurance and low assurance, and the relationship between rights and ownership as it relates to identity management of entities.   Seth digresses about NBA Top Shot collectibles, and the role of the NBA in that case as an entity that is tied to the value of the market. Kaliya wrote this that sheds some additional light on entity identification registries ..read more
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PSA Today #33: Kaliya & Seth talk Synthetic Data with Harry Keen, CEO and co-founder of Hazy.com
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by Kaliya & Seth
1y ago
Fascinating conversation about the emergence of Synthetic Data and its role in protecting privacy and preserving anonymity in various use cases including finance and advertising.   Hazy is the most advanced and experienced synthetic data company. We were founded in early 2017 by Harry Keen (CEO), James Arthur (CTO emeritus) and Dr. Luke Robinson (CSO). With one foot in big business and the other in academia, Hazy stands on the belief that privacy by design should not slow down innovation. Originally a UCL AI spin out, London-based Hazy was initially incubated by Post Urban Ventures and Cy ..read more
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PSA Today #32: Kaliya and Seth are joined by Biometric Scientist Asem Othman and Jack Callahan, CTO, of digital identity provider Veridium
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1y ago
There are so many physical and behavioral ways of establishing somebody's unqiue identity. We talk homomorphic encryption, synthetic data and the upcoming conference on Thoughtful Biometrics ..read more
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PSA Today #31: Kaliya and Seth are joined by Matt Prewitt, President of the RadicalXchange Foundation: how data coalitions can overcome the addiction and exploitation of today's tech platforms
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by Kaliya & Seth
1y ago
Matt Prewitt is President of RadicalExchange.org.  He is a lawyer, writer and technologist. On this episode, we discuss the evolution of RadicalXchange, from the seminal work of Glen Weyl and Eric Posner to the proposal for a Data Freedom Act.  We locate the birth of addiction and exploitation data dynamics in the Persuasive Tech lab of BJ Fogg at Stanford, and think about data coalitions (formerly known as MIDs in Jaron Lanier and Weyls 2018 HBR "A Blueprint for a Better Society") as a progressive alternative.  Note that Kaliya and Seth both contributed to the proposal that has ..read more
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PSA Today #30: Essential Readings: The Right to Privacy -- Kaliya & Seth read and discuss Justices Warren/Brandeis seminal essay from 1890. Part 2 of 2.
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by Kaliya & Seth
1y ago
Part Two of our reading of The Right to Privacy A new feature of PSA Today called "Essential Readings" where we read a key work from the literature on privacy and discuss it like the Talmud.  We make it through about half of the essay in this episode... The Right to Privacy. Samuel D. Warren; Louis D. Brandeis. Harvard Law Review, Vol. 4, No. 5. (Dec. 15, 1890), pp. 193-220 ..read more
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PSA Today #29: Essential Readings: The Right to Privacy -- Kaliya & Seth read and discuss Justices Warren/Brandeis seminal essay from 1890. Part 1 of 2.
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by Kaliya & Seth
1y ago
Today we introduce a new feature of PSA Today called "Essential Readings" where we read a key work from the literature on privacy and discuss it like the Talmud.  We make it through about half of the essay in this episode... The Right to Privacy. Samuel D. Warren; Louis D. Brandeis. Harvard Law Review, Vol. 4, No. 5. (Dec. 15, 1890), pp. 193-220 ..read more
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PSA Today #28: Kaliya & Seth welcome Philosopher Carissa Véliz to talk about her important new book "Privacy is Power"
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by Kaliya & Seth
1y ago
We talk with Carissa Véliz about her book "Privacy is Power" which was just published in England by Penguin and will be coming out in the US in April.  We talk about privacy as a collective act, the problem with personalized ads, and some of the other thinkers who have inspired her work including Shoshana Zuboff (Surveillance Capitalism), Helen Nissenbaum (Obfuscation) and Thomas Nagel (Concealement and Exposure).   Carissa Véliz is an Associate Professor at the Faculty of Philosophy and the Institute for Ethics in AI, as well as a Tutorial Fellow at Hertford College, at the Universi ..read more
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