Edward Snowden's lawyer about whistle-blowing and the consequences on the future of data security
Secrets have been the mortar of our social existence for centuries. Privately, publicly, in politics or business – secrets gave us security. Security that we also seemed to need.
Today we are witnessing a growing need for transparency. Secrets are vanishing, leaving us increasingly insecure. Jesselyn Radack discusses the importance of data protection in the future. She outlines how various generations dealt with the NSA affair and debates the question of whether transparency really does make our lives better and safer. Or will data protection lead to a future renaissance of secrets?