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The End of Privacy is a five-part series on the intersection of journalism and privacy issues. Are journalists entitled to special privacy rights? Are news publishers helping data trackers violate users' privacy? Is it possible to have confidential sources in the Age of the NSA? For more on the series visit abrahamhyatt.com/podcasts

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The End of Privacy is a five-part series on the intersection of journalism and privacy issues. Are journalists entitled to special privacy rights? Are news publishers helping data trackers violate users' privacy? Is it possible to have confidential sources in the Age of the NSA? For more on the series visit abrahamhyatt.com/podcasts

    Data brokers - the news business' awkward little secret

    Data brokers - the news business' awkward little secret

    There are dozens of data trackers on most news sites. Is it time for news publishers to be more transparent about their roll in how your data is collected? With Josh Sterns, director of journalism and sustainability at the Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation; Cooper Quintin, staff technologist at the Electronic Frontier Foundation; Wendy Davis, senior writer at MediaPost; Tim Libert, researcher at the Annenberg School for Communication at the University of Pennsylvania; and Mike Zaneis, executive VP and general counsel at IAB. For more on The End of Privacy visit http://abrahamhyatt.com/podcasts

    • 30 min
    Sources at Risk

    Sources at Risk

    Episode 2 looks at the state of source protection around the world and how journalists are adapting to new challenges. With Stephen Engelberg, editor in chief at ProPublica; Peter Finn national security editor at The Washington Post; Marisa Taylor investigative reporter at McClatchy's Washington DC bureau; Julie Posetti, researcher at the University of Wollongong; and Garrett Robinson from the Freedom of the Press Foundation. For more on The End of Privacy visit http://abrahamhyatt.com/podcasts

    • 17 min
    When Governments Spy on Journalists

    When Governments Spy on Journalists

    What's it like to discover the police have been spying on you for almost a decade? And who makes the high-end spyware governments use to spy on journalists? With guests Jason Parkinson, freelance video journalist; Ryan Gallagher, The Intercept; and Eva Blum-Dumontet, Privacy International. For more on The End of Privacy visit http://abrahamhyatt.com/podcasts

    • 14 min

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