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FORBES: “Biden’s Peloton and Your Digital Privacy”

John Koestier, FORBES
February 15, 2021

Is it risky for the president of the United States to use smart products like a Peloton or a Fitbit? And if so, what does that say about the personal privacy of all the rest of us?

And, will we ever have a global solution to privacy across all our digital life?

“A little bit of tape goes a long way when you want to maintain your privacy,” former Googler and current Sourcepoint CEO Ben Barokas told me in a recent TechFirst podcast. “90% of users are really not going to care, and they’re going to happily give their data and their attention to places that they trust.”

Read the article on Forbes.

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