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Traveler's Aid: Travel Privacy in the Technological Age
Interview with Richard Hunter (6/21/02)

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If you're planning a trip, the first thing you probably do is go online to buy airline tickets. The goal? Get the best price possible. For most of us, privacy issues don't enter into the equation. But the fact of the matter is, from the time you book your ticket to the time you return home, you're surrounded by computers, sensors, transmitters and cameras collecting data about you. What kind of info. are they collecting -- and should you be worried about it? To answer those questions, Diana talks with security consultant Richard Hunter, author of World without Secrets: Business, Crime and Privacy in the Age of Ubiquitous Computing.

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Check out Richard's book World Without Secrets: Business, Crime and Privacy in the Age of Ubiquitous Computing on Amazon.com.

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