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How private should personal data be? What are perspectives around who should be in control of it and can you actually get paid for your data? Brian and Monique Morrow, President of The VETRI Foundation, analyze the top data privacy threats in society today, the role of personal responsibility, and education resources.

“If you think about all the breaches that we read about every day when you have a centralized entity, these breaches are becoming more and more prevalent. And that's because it's centralized and we as citizens and as people, want to hold these decentralized entities to, we trust them, right? But what's happening is that that trust is being breached. My concern is that we become so immune to it until something really egregious happens to you individually.”
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Monique Morrow

Monique is Director of Emerging technologies at Syniverse within the CTO Group.

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