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Conservators Forum: Information and Its Discontents

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October 25, 2010

Program Locations:

Stephen A. Schwarzman Building, South Court Auditorium

The Age of Information has brought us many benefits: new avenues for knowledge, the shattering of borders both local and global, and unprecedented tools for communication.  Yet there has been a high price: formerly clear boundaries on personal privacy, intellectual property, and traditional business models have blurred. Join Library President Dr. Paul LeClerc, Big Think CEO Victoria Brown, and HarperCollins Senior Vice President and Publisher Jonathan Burnham for a provocative look at the benefits and perils of the Information Age.  Moderated by Vanity Fair Contributing Editor Nina Munk. 

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