Is privacy possible? Washington Post tech reporter, Heather Kelly
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Is privacy possible? Washington Post tech reporter, Heather Kelly

If you use a computer or a smartphone, this one is worth a listen. 

Downloading an app is easy but behind every download is a difficult question: is the convenience this provides worth whatever personal data you agree to exchange? We live in a world where increasingly, everything from your phone to your neighborhood coffee shop to your tv is harvesting your personal data and privacy seems dead. 

Heather Kelly is a Washington Post reporter covering technology and the ways in which it affects our lives. She publishes widely read and super-useful pieces instructing us how to set our devices and apps in order to enjoy a tech enabled life while minimizing our exposure to intrusive tracking.

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