After working as a senior legal executive at Twitter and Google, Nicole Wong came to the White House in June 2013. It was a critical time. Edward Snowden’s leaks about government surveillance had thrust online privacy into the forefront, and in the wake of public backlash, Wong helped to author a highly anticipated report on how the massive collection of personal data online could affect the way people live and work. Here’s what she learned.
S01E05 : Big Data: Inside the Algorithm
Did you say Big Data? Discover for yourself how your data is being interpreted by this new industry, and how they could be wrong.