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“We’re creating a culture where people feel constantly surveilled, where people are afraid to be themselves.”
― Jon Ronson, So You've Been Publicly Shamed
Jon Ronson, is a bestselling author and award-winning documentarian, Jon has written a number of international bestsellers, including; ‘So You’ve Been Publicly Shamed’ ‘The Psychopath Test’ and ‘The Men Who Stare at Goats’. The latter was later shown on the big screen starring George Clooney and Jeff Bridges.
Jon Ronson has been celebrated for his informal but sceptical investigations of controversial fringe politics and science, and also for his extensive work on podcasts, TV and in film which has included writing for the director of last years oscar-winning best picture.
We are pleased to announce the incredibly talented Jon Ronson, as a headline speaker for our webinar series Last Thursday in Privacy on June 25th.
Jon will be joining Joe Tidy, BBC News Correspondent for a virtual fireside chat on June 25th to discuss his forte into privacy, and how he went from being a journalist exposing people’s secrets to becoming more cognizant with people’s right to privacy.
On his upcoming fireside chat which will be part of Last Thursday in Privacy webinar series, Jon Ronson stated:
"I'm really excited to talk to the Data Protection World Forum [for the Last Thursday in Privacy webinar series]. I’d like to talk about why I changed from being a journalist who enjoyed exposing people’s secrets to one much more cognizant of people’s right to privacy. And try and figure out whether that’s good or bad!”
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