Jan 14, 2022
Sara Greene is a sociologist and legal scholar whose research utilizes qualitative empirical methods to study the relationship between law, poverty, and inequality. In this episode, Sara discusses her recent paper “Stealing (Identity) From the Poor.” Sara discusses why low-income individuals are particularly vulnerable to identity theft, why the existing regulatory regime around data breaches ignores the unique needs and circumstances of the poor, and how she would transform this regulatory regime by creating a new federal agency with field offices in all fifty states.
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Stealing (Identity) From the Poor by Sara Greene
Credit Scoring Duality by Sara Greene