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An awakening over data privacy

Zuboff says public finally starting to understand the dangers of freely sharing their information with corporations, government

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Currently a fellow at the Advanced Leadership Initiative (ALI) at Harvard University, Alberto Mora says releasing the report on CIA practices since the 9/11 attacks is a vital first step in informing the public about actions undertaken by the U.S. government during the war on terror, an area that’s been largely shrouded in secrecy.

The quantum of cruelty

Fellow gives firsthand account of CIA’s controversial treatment of detainees, and emphasizes importance of accountability

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Col. Ann Wright, who had been in the Army for almost three decades and had then served around the world in the diplomatic corps, was one of only three U.S. government officials to resign in protest to the Iraq war. “You never know when your conscience is going to get you,” she told the audience at the Carr Center-sponsored event "The Razor's Edge," a daylong conference on principled dissent.

The hard way

Four stories of dissent and consequence at Carr Center event

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