It’s our end of month July round table episode. We examine how robust security keys are in everyday life and why moving to physical keys in an digital world makes sense. We discuss the technology used to discover water on Mars and how this will change the idea of space exploration. Plus teens debate the news with peers on Instagram. What are the implications of a free for all mindset to the spread of information and will this alter how these teens will get their news as adults?
Starring Tom Merritt, Sarah Lane, Shannon Morse, Roger Chang and Rob DeMillo.
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One thought on “DTNS 3334 – July Roundtable: Money, Sex & Likes”
As a medical student in NYC in 1999, the city of NY medical information system had a physical key and password for secure access t medical data. I continue to be shocked about why this didn’t take off.