Americans are in love with tech—our phones, our apps, our likes. But now we know: A networked life comes at a cost. Our data and privacy are up for grabs.
With each new revelation of tech’s intrusion into our lives, the calls for oversight grow. But the questions are big and complicated. Can tech regulate itself? If not, what should be regulated? Who should regulate, and how?
The Atlantic talked with policymakers, tech leaders, and privacy experts about the enormity of this challenge and the best ways of tackling it.