“Certainly in a few years, we could imagine a scenario where there’s a camera that knows you…

“Certainly in a few years, we could imagine a scenario where there’s a camera that knows you walked into a store and somehow that’s married to your Facebook activity. … They know your emotion or what you just posted. They know you’re having a good day because you shared something happy about your family, and then they’ll be able to market to you perhaps based on that emotion.”

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“The question now is what do we do with this abundance of power? Everyone has been empowered — from…”

“The question now is what do we do with this abundance of power? Everyone has been empowered — from nation states to corporations to 12-year-old hackers to intelligence agencies. But we haven’t figured out what the restraints are that we need to impose on ourselves, legally and even morally.”

A cybersecurity expert on why you should be very worried about the internet’s future

“The internet has been an incredible boon to mankind, both in terms of our liberties and also in…”

“The internet has been an incredible boon to mankind, both in terms of our liberties and also in terms of our productivity. But we’ve taken it for granted. … We’ve got to stop taking it for granted, because the internet doesn’t obey fixed laws. There’s no gravity in cyberspace except the gravity that we say exists.”

A cybersecurity expert on why you should be very worried about the internet’s future