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For many, the world of data and cybersecurity can feel nebulous. But as abstract as blockchain, spyware, and Big Tech may seem, they have major implications for the everyday person’s privacy — and for journalism, on how reporters can incorporate tech into their work, how newsrooms can protect their staff from cyberattacks, and how the media can make complicated data-driven stories digestible to audiences.

Bruce Schneier, dubbed the “security guru” by The Economist, broke this all down in a seminar with the Nieman Foundation in April.

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