Our Right to Privacy in the Social Media Age
After the Cambridge Analytica scandal rocked Facebook, many of us have been left questioning what our right to privacy looks like in an increasingly digital world. When it comes to social media, who owns what information, and how do we assert the rights we do have? We talk to a professor of law about the legal issues associated with all those online profiles.
Religion In America’s Prisons
Since the beginning of the US prison system, religion has been suggested as a way to help rehabilitate criminals. We talk to Tanya Erzen, a professor of religion, about why that is and what role prison ministries play in the lives on inmates.
Culture Crash: Netflix’s Battle Against Film Traditionalists
Netflix is becoming a bigger and bigger player in the film world, which is leaving a bad taste in some people’s mouths. We look at the arguments for and against Netflix as a film distributor.