If you have a smart phone, use apps and share content online, seeing the play PRIVACY at The Public Theater is a must. The talented cast engages audience members in exploring the hard to grasp topic of privacy (or lack there of) online.
Who are we online? How much information do we give away about ourselves when we connect online? Who can see us online?
Is our location tracked each time we use a transportation app or log into a wifi network? Is our first social media post still visible? What privacy terms are we agreeing to each time we use an app or social media website?
The play PRIVACY is entertaining, informative, interactive and at times a bit spooky. I give it two enthusiastic thumbs up.
BY: Vanessa Kaster, Esq., LL.M.
See also: Previous blog posts on website privacy policies at https://iplegalfreebies.wordpress.com/category/website-privacy-policy; blog post on imitating others online at http://wp.me/p10nNq-Cg; The Public Theater’s website for information about the play and ticket sales at www.publictheater.org/en/Public-Theater-Season/Privacy/; @iplegalfreebies and www.kasterlegal.com.