Privacy’s boundaries are in dispute. Its future is in doubt. Join New York Times Opinion writer Charlie Warzel as he takes you inside The Privacy Project, a year-long initiative exploring the key questions facing us all: Does privacy matter? What do they know, and how do they know it? What should be done about it? And what can I do? Then, contributing Opinion writer Kara Swisher will sit down with former presidential candidate Andrew Yang to discuss the promise and peril of big tech, and the tradeoffs of government regulation.
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