Google CEO Eric Schmidt — who graduated from Princeton Engineering in 1976 — spoke June 30 at the Aspen Ideas Festival, the annual intellectual pow-wow which this year included among many others starchitect Frank Gehry, U.S. Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer, Atlantic correspondent James Fallows, and the photorealist painter Chuck Close.

In his wide-ranging conversation with Kai Ryssdal of NPR’s Markeplace, Schmidt talked about  technological upheaval,  innovation, privacy,  Facebook, Youtube and — of course — Google. Watch the full conversation above or click here for the transcript.

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