190: Social Media, Privacy, and Security with Joe LeBlanc
July 8th, 2020 · 41 mins 48 secs
About this Episode
01:32 - Joe’s Superpower: Hospitality
06:20 - Social Media: It's time for us to stop acting like we are getting access to social media for free.
- When you add up your household's cable/Internet/phone bills, you're paying bare minimum $100/mo.
- This money isn't going to Facebook and Twitter, but it is the entry fee for bringing these platforms into your home, where they subsequently track everything you do, everyone you know, build a facial recognition database with the photos you post, and determine your sexual orientation before you even disclose it.
- Nobody reads the privacy policies.
- UBDI – Universal Basic Data Income
15:36 - Owing Your Identity & Data
- Email Plus: An Idea
- Slack, Microsoft Teams
- A Key / Distributed Data Idea
25:25 - Protecting Children’s’ Privacy & Data
32:00 - Leading The Movement; Rolling Out a Solution: Taking back control of our data
- People who are willing to be hobbyists
- Experimentation & Activism
Christina: The value and the power of open source and thinking beyond giving your data out willy-nilly.
Jacob: Teaching our children to be thoughtful technologists.
Jerome: Keeping our kids safe is a job on top of a job, and the goalpost keeps moving!
Joe: A reminder that other people are thinking about this. We are all concerned about privacy.
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