Surveillance Capitalism

What we do, where we go, what we talk about, and what we search for are all valuable data sets that companies want. Companies harvest, buy, and sell our data to tailor ads to us and to sell us a product. Our privacy has been privatized. Using ad-provider Intersection’s “LinkPHL” sidewalk kiosks as a case study, host Steve McLean, Karen Crane from Crane Communications, and John Duffin from Duffin Media delve further into the topic of surveillance capitalism, the privacy concerns, and how this tactic works for the company, advertiser, and consumer.

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