Digital assistants like Google Home and Amazon Echo are becoming common companions in our homes and offices, but should we be concerned that these devices are "always listening?" What laws protect consumers' privacy rights? What has the Supreme Court said about protecting information divulged to third parties? 

Three experts discuss these issues and more in our new short film, "OK, Google: Are you listening? Privacy Concerns in the Era of Digital Home Assistants."


  • Ryan Radia, Research Fellow and Regulatory Counsel, Competitive Enterprise Institute | @RyanRadia
  • Paul Rosenzweig, Professorial Lecturer in Law, The George Washington University Law School | @RosenzweigP
  • Ehsan Zaffar, Law Professor, American University Washington College of Law | @Ezaffar

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