Privacy

Brazil: Not the web we want

Monday, April 7, 2014

Brazil's internet bill of rights is more concerned with advancing national interests than internet freedom.

Between Voyeurism and Narcism... Growing up with Social Media!

Wednesday, March 26, 2014

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20 Portman Square
London W1H 6LW

What does privacy mean in an interconnected world? Are we too complacent with the likes of Facebook and Google?

What does privacy mean in a connected world?

Tuesday, October 22, 2013

From Google and Facebook to government surveillance, our data is being mined behind our backs. But should we be surprised? When the product is free, we should realize we (in the form our data) are the product. Is surrendering our personal data and privacy the price of entry to gain access to free content (freemium)? And if we’re doing nothing wrong, do we mind what others know about us? Or is ditching freemium for premium, paid-for-content the way to regain control over our data and our privacy? Given that all business is based on confidence, how can consumers and corporations forge trusting relationships in the networked society? Are ‘the crowds’ being empowered or not? What’s the future role of social media
 and old media? Or are both trust and privacy dead? Is that what we call the price of progress?

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