Brendan Bordelon on Social Media and Data Privacy
This program was part of a “Washington Journal” series highlighting recent magazine articles.
Brendan Bordelon talked about his National Journal article, “Wrong byline? Why Now? Facebook’s ‘Perfect Storm’ Reinvigorates Old Privacy Fears,” on the privacy concerns that have resurfaced following revelations that Facebook shared personal data with Cambridge Analytica.
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