Join Michelle Dennedy for an in-depth discussion in this video Moral crumple zones, part of Understanding & Prioritizing Data Privacy.
- "Moral Crumple Zones"…are not my branding or idea at all.…They are an idea in a paper that I will…commend to all of you by a wonderful woman…who, by the time we air this,…will have her doctorate in hand,…Dr. Madeleine Elish.…And what Dr. Elish was working on…really rang true with me,…and we had a long conversation about it.…When cars were first invented,…and for a very long period of time,…safety meant making them harder.…
Making them stronger,…making them one solid unit.…Unfortunately, what happened is,…the vehicle, as the horsepower got even stronger,…the occupant was still governed by the laws of entropy,…and so if you ran into something,…or the car just stopped too soon,…or collided with a tree,…the occupants would fly forward…and then smash, bam, off they go.…Not a good thing.…So instead, the designers of vehicles…had these empty pockets…where physics and geometry is used…to direct all the energy for the known unknowns.…
Typically, people drive in a forward fashion.…The car has the feature of reverse.…I could be driving down the road in reverse.…
- What is data privacy?
- Privacy vs. secrecy
- Trust and integrity
- What consumers expect
- Privacy solutions
Skill Level Intermediate
1. What Is Data Privacy?
2. The Importance of Data Privacy
3. What's at Stake?
4. Privacy Solutions
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