Zittrain and Zuckerberg discuss encryption, ‘information fiduciaries’ and targeted advertisements (clip)
Publication/Creation DateFebruary 20 2019
DescriptionThis discussion between Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and Harvard Law Professor Jonathan Zittrain was part of a series of study sessions for Harvard’s Techtopia initiative, a program for students across the University to explore problems in technology and governance.
In this short clip, Zuckerberg talks about his vision for the future of technology and Facebook as a social media platform, including augmented reality, non invasive brain-computer interfaces (including how you can use your thoughts to type), and communication trends such as stories, private messaging, and community building. Legal and ethical considerations around privacy, encryption, and government control are also mentioned.
, Social Interaction
, Brain Function
, Social Media
Date archivedMarch 14 2019
Last editedMarch 14 2019