Today’s notions of privacy will be eroded significantly within the next decade as growing reams of personal data are willingly exchanged for the convenience of living our lives online.
That’s the prevailing view among the more than 2500 industry experts from around the world – including academics, legislators and staff at global companies such as Google, Microsoft and Yahoo – who were quizzed on the future of privacy and security.
Respondents to the study from the Pew Research Center in the US, in conjunction with North Carolina’s Elon University, said they believed living a public life online would be the new default by 2025.
Details may be found in an article by Hannah Francis in the Sydney Morning Herald at http://goo.gl/C0chMt.
Categories: Online Privacy & Security