Earning the Trust of “Digital Natives”
In order to effectively navigate the online environment in a manner that builds trust while also addressing security needs, government and non-government actors must address the questions and concerns of a generation raised in a digital world. The most tech savvy among us, as both citizens and practitioners, will have a lot to say about the future of digital surveillance and the laws that will regulate such activity. That’s the focus of this edition of REWIND.
This is part 4 of our series on Surveillance, Security, and Trust.
Meg King, National Security Advisor to the Director, President, and CEO, Wilson Center
Tara McKelvey (moderator), Feature Writer, BBC News
Zach Goldman, Executive Director, NYU Center on Law and Security
Lea Shanley, Director, Commons Lab, Woodrow Wilson Center
Aaron Hiller, Minority Counsel, House Judiciary Committee
Feature Writer, BBC News
Co-Executive Director of the NSF South Big Data Innovation Hub