Glenn Greenwald, The Intercept. (Wikimedia Commons)
The opening day of Zapproved’s e-discovery conference PREX17 closed with one of the most anticipated keynotes of the two-day event. Journalist and privacy advocate Glenn Greenwald, who became a household name after reporting on Edward Snowden’s NSA surveillance leaks, took the stage to offer insight on the state of privacy in today’s ever-connected world. Below are highlights from the talk:
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