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Storm × Anon
Who is that?
We live online. We share our Twitter handles, not our phone numbers; people know you from your posts, not your physical presence; terabytes of data are created, posted and stored online every day, and every minute scrolling Instagram consumes 1.5 megabytes of it. But how many of those minutes do you spend thinking about what apps and websites know about you? Can we control and protect the data that we share voluntarily — or involuntarily? How vulnerable is our privacy? “Who is that?” explores the hidden world of data breaches, legislative flaws and behavioral traps of the online space....
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Ratings & Reviews
3.0 stars from 28 ratings
Extremely compelling and interesting! I binged the first five episodes. However the show's website is down.Read full review »
bitcolorina via Apple Podcasts · Canada · 11/03/22
The “you might also like” section is curated by your personal podcast selections… In my you might also like section when I scrolled down, not a one had a Russian like title. It was more alone the lines of the types of shows I listen to. Parenting, self insight, history… giving 5 stars to counter...Read full review »
dont be a troll via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 10/23/22
This show is probably a covert propaganda operation by a Russian organization. Don’t believe me? Scroll down to the bottom of this podcast’s page to view the “You Might Also Like” podcast recommendations….they’re all Russian language podcasts. That means that Apple podcasts believes that this...Read full review »
jipjopflop via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 10/18/22
Recent Episodes
It’s hard enough to sell major corporations on the importance of protecting their users’ data, or convince the government that privacy is, in fact, a human right. Is there any hope for teaching each and every smartphone user out there to think before they tweet? I’m pretty sure that today’s...
Published 11/15/22
Published 11/15/22
Is it realistic to protect any of the data we share on the internet? Can any company or state promise us privacy? And how can we work to help each other share and consume all of that data conscientiously? Today we’re joined by Brett Gaylor, a Canadian interactive filmmaker producing...
Published 10/31/22
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