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Who’s Watching Whom? Your Smart TV and Your Privacy
Smart TVs and other smart devices have entered our homes, offering unprecedented access to video programming and information at the touch of our fingers or the sound of our voices. Unless you're diligent about following the news or reading the fine print in service documents, you may not be aware that the companies behind your smart devices are collecting, using, and sometimes selling your personal information. Join presenters from Fairfax County's Department of Cable and Consumer Services as they explain what personal information these devices collect, why and how they do it, and what you can do to limit or prevent unwanted intrusions into your privacy.
Cosponsored by Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at George Mason University (OLLI Mason).
ABOUT THE PRESENTER
Natalie Kindle is a management analyst for the Fairfax County’s Department of Cable and Consumer Services. Prior to her employment with the county, Natalie worked for the Department of Defense for over 15 years. Natalie possesses a college degree in Applied Sciences from Catonsville Community College.
ABOUT OLLI MASON
OLLI Mason provides intellectual and cultural experiences to curious individuals. Learn more at OLLI.gmu.edu.
This program is appropriate for ages 18+. Register by clicking on the "Begin Registration" button. A Zoom link will be emailed two days before start of each program.
- Tuesday, April 9, 2024
- 9:40am - 11:05am
- Library Branch:
- Virtual Event
- This is an online event. Event URL will be sent via registration email.