blogs.wsj.comLawrence Lessig: Technology Will Create New Models for Privacy RegulationThe latest chapter of Professor Lawrence Lessig’s career ended in November, when the Harvard Law School professor concluded his bid for the Democratic presidential nomination. Prior to that, Professor Lessig’s focused on technology. CIO Journal asked Professor Lessig for his thoughts on how tech policy, at multiple junctures, will evolve. “In the future, we will not worry about copies of data, but using data. The paradigm of required use will develop once we have really simple ways to hold data. If I were king, I would say it’s too early. Let’s muddle through the next few years. The costs are costly, but the current model of privacy will not make sense going forward,” Professor Lessig says.
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