Bill Gates took to Reddit’s Ask Me Anything on Monday for his second session in two years and the first since very big changes at Microsoft, the company he co-founded nearly 40 years ago. Given his dual role — now as technology advisor to new Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella and as co-founder of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, the whole “ask me anything” mode could — and did — cover a lot of ground,
Here are some highlights but check out the whole session here.
Q: How do you feel about the NSA and it’s oversight of computer usage?
Bill Gates: This is a complex issue. Privacy will be increasingly important as cameras and GPS sensors are gathering information to try and be helpful. We need to have trust in the way information is protected and gathered. There is a role for the government to try and…
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