Ep 5: Lights, Camera, Privacy!

The Terminator

A podcast series that explores privacy themes within some of the most well-known movies.

Whether you are a film buff, a privacy advocate, or simply curious about the intersection of storytelling and privacy, take a journey with us as we explore how the big screen tackles privacy.

In this episode, William Moore and Alice Wallbank discuss “The Terminator”. So tune in to hear if the Terminator’s creator, Cyberdyne Inc., should be held responsible for breaches of data protection laws in either 1984 or 2029 and whether we can draw real-life parallels with the ongoing debate over Clearview AI.

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Listen to our other episodes in our ‘Lights, Camera, Privacy!’ Series here:

Episode 1: Harry Potter
Episode 2: Elf
Episode 3: Lord of the Rings
Episode 4: Marvel Cinematic Universe
Episode 5: The Terminator
Episode 6: The Social Network v Max Schrems


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