Introduction: Privacy in the New Media Age Versus the First Amendment: Part II—Ethical Markets 6 (03:10)
Hazel Henderson reviews the importance of privacy today. She introduces today's guest - Jon Mills, author of "Privacy in the New Media Age."
Hate Speech (02:45)
Henderson and Mills discuss the Supreme Court case Elonis v. United States. Mills thinks that speech on the internet is a gray issue.
Transnational Hate Speech (01:59)
Mills discusses the domestic and international issues of defamation and hate speech. He refers to a lawsuit that was tried in both the US and Australia and had different results.
Public Information (03:40)
Mills fought the publication of private documents after the death of Dale Earndhardt. Henderson discusses John Stewart's response to Kaitlin Jenner's cover photo on "Vanity Fair."
Wealth of Information (03:18)
Henderson and Mills discuss the rise of iReporting. Henderson shares her feelings on carrying a cell phone. Mills describes corporate tracking of employees.
Consent to Privacy (04:09)
Mills discusses the current status on tracking health statuses. Henderson talks about ownership of data provided on social media and her belief that companies should pay users for their information.
Privacy in the Future (02:32)
Henderson talks about the digitization of the future and the impact on entry-level jobs. She is concerned that the law is not keeping up with these changes.
Cultural Impact of Privacy Loss (03:29)
Mills discusses the cultural view of privacy. Henderson discusses loss of privacy and the millennial understanding of private information.
Credits: Privacy in the New Media Age Versus the First Amendment: Part II—Ethical Markets 6 (01:28)
Credits: Privacy in the New Media Age Versus the First Amendment: Part II—Ethical Markets 6
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