Identity, Advertising and the Future of Journalism: A Virtual Forum (Part Three of Three)

From Privacy Beat“What would be possible — for advertising, for privacy and for journalism — if the Internet had a way to govern, in the public interest, how identity data are shared and used?”

You’re invited to look in on the last in a free, public, provocative, three-part discussion on Thursday, Feb. 4, 2021 at 12 p.m. MT via a Zoom webinar. This discussion series is organized by ITEGA with the help of the Donald W. Reynolds Journalism Institute.

Part One (Jan. 7, 2021): Define the landscape affecting journalism, identity, privacy and advertising; the problems and opportunities.

Part Two (Jan. 21, 2021): Begin to survey and hold up some possible solutions.

Part Three (Feb. 4, 2021): Outline the experts and entrepreneurs who ITEGA thinks may be part of a shared-user network for trust, identity, privacy — and information commerce.

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