15-15 STORY 1: Future Crimes: Privacy, Law and Criminal Activity

 

Synopsis: We’ve all learned how to become more careful about protecting our credit card and financial information from hackers. However, there are new ways that criminals can invade our privacy and, often, there’s little the police can do about it. We talk to a cyber-security expert and a technology attorney about the new threats to privacy – and even personal safety – and how we can protect ourselves from intrusions into our homes and lives.

Host: Gary Price. Guests: Marc Goodman, author of “Future Crimes: Everything is connected, everyone is vulnerable and what we can do about it”; Adam Rouse, Legal Fellow for the Institute for Science, Law and Technology, IIT Chicago-Kent College of Law.

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15-15 Story 2: Roadmap: Learning to let go and follow your dreams

 

Synopsis: Not everyone is able to follow their dream into a career that they truly love. People have debt, family obligations and are possibly just not talented enough to make a living working at what they’ve always dreamed of doing. Our guest says that he’s talked to people who have found ways of incorporating their dreams into their lives in very creative – and lucrative — ways, and he’ll pass along some advice on just how to do it.

Host: Marty Peterson. Guest: Nathan Gebhard, co-creator of the PBS documentary series “Roadtrip Nation,” and co-author of the book, “Roadmap: The get-it-together guide for figuring out what to do with your life.”

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