next to him is chris calabrese, senior policy director with the center for democracy and technology. he was at the aclu for a long time and now at cdt. last but certainly not least the infamous marc cooper, the research director of consumer federation of america and i got a request, although mark you don't need to honor this request to get closer to the mic when you speak. nobody has ever you know, i can't hear you, marc cooper said nobody ever. >> in the bronx, they can hear me. >> and loud. >> so am i. i actually want to start with mark to sort of to kind of put a frame around this panel. i mean, it sounds like a little try to say god, the world is changing so quickly. technology is changing so quickly. but you've got connected devices, cars. i think you're going to talk about a toothbrush. you've got the internet of things, big data. i mean it's incredibly complicated. it's evolving so rapidly. you know how do you get a handle if you're a consumer advocate, how do you get a handle on this stuff? what do we do about it? okay. what is going to come down -- what are we missing? what'
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