Mike Driscoll

Metamarkets

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Founding CEO of Metamarkets, a data analytics firm based in San Francisco, California

Mike Driscoll on KCRW

Last year two US Senators who couldn't provide details said, "most Americans would be stunned" if they knew the extent of government surveillance.

In the Age of Big Data, Is Privacy No Big Deal?

Last year two US Senators who couldn't provide details said, "most Americans would be stunned" if they knew the extent of government surveillance.

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