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Gutenberg in the Cyberstorm

Yvonne Hofstetter

The big data expert calls for new legislation to preserve privacy and regulate algorithms.

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Yvonne Hofstetter on data privacy

Residence: Near Munich

Occupation: Lawyer, big data systems manager, self-declared artificial intelligence evangelist

Book: "Sie wissen alles" (2014)

Social Media: None

On the value of the book: "Books should accompany people from the cradle to their grave because they contain many interesting things. Books are part of our culture and have had a huge impact. We shouldn't just throw that away so easily."

On the future of the book: "I think we're seeing a saturation of the e-book market. In the US, they've settle in at around 30 percent of the market. They will slow down there and that means 70 percent of the market is still made up of paper books and I think that's wonderful. The book won't die."

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