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Internet Health (Or How Convenience Broke Privacy): ​A​ Conversation with Bradley Cohen

Nov 1, 2017 5:30 PM – 7:00 PM


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The oft repeated saying for online services is “If it’s free, then you’re the product.” Let’s talk about the danger of being lulled by convenience, and how a non-profit tech company has the freedom to look at data collection responsibly. We’ll also look at why an independent web browser is even a thing that matters, and why it’s so hard to explain that to people.

Bradley Cohen is a Senior Brand Strategist for Mozilla, the non-profit makers of Firefox. He works on creative strategy for Mozilla and Firefox, and spreading the word about Internet Health with an approach informed by a background in zoology and communication theory. BBradley has worked for over a decade in the intersection of technology and creative strategy, including work with BitTorrent, Nike, Intel, Adobe, IBM, and more.


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