Rachel Roumeliotis explores the implications of living in an isolationist world and what it does to our data privacy
We live in the age of data. We are constantly producing it, analysing it, figuring out how to store and protect it and, hopefully, using it to refine business practices and better understand the markets and customers we work with. However, surprisingly we seem to be blasé about our use of personal information in the modern world and are constantly sharing data freely with one and all with little regard to . . .