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Is Privacy Over? Tell Us Your Thoughts

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Everyone expects a degree of privacy. But is losing our privacy the cost of living in a modern world? Or can we have both?

Let us know on TEDWeekends, a special collaboration with NPR, TED and the Huffington Post. Guests from the TED Radio Hour episode on privacy will be sharing their thoughts on the changing world of what's secret and what's not.

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