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Consumer trust in the world’s biggest technology companies has come under intense scrutiny in recent years. But new research reveals US citizens trust companies like Amazon, Facebook and Google to collect their sensitive, personal information through contact tracing apps more than the federal government. And companies, including IBM and Microsoft, have challenged the government’s use of facial recognition technology. Is Big Tech starting to regain the trust of the public? Our panel asks what the future holds for technology giants’ engagement with society, and whether they will need to move further towards a privacy-centric approach.
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