Neil Huntingdon explores the growing disharmony between data protection and mass surveillance and the role technology can play in balancing public demand for privacy and security.
If you’ve picked up a paper or watched the news even once in recent weeks, it’s likely you’ll have come across at least one of a stream of headlines relating to public concerns around privacy. This July, the UK Home Secretary (and now chancellor) announced his support for police trials of facial recognition cameras, in spite of current legal action being taken by a shopper who was . . .