You need to read this (Privacy for Humans By Alexandra Ross). The world is changing and YOU need to remain in charge of your life's privacy settings. This book is a helpful guide to both THINK about it...and DO SOMETHING about it.
I found Privacy for Humans to be a nightlight in the darkness; through the use of simple explanations and diagrams, the book suggests the adoption of a "mindfulness" approach and suggests steps you can take to protect yourself.
Last week I participated in a panel discussion at The Privacy Identity Innovation Conference (PII2014). The PII2014 conference “explored where innovation is heading, what it means for the future of privacy and identity, and how to build trust in emerging technologies and business models.” The panel discussion “Building Trust Through Transparency: Listening to and Communicating with Users (Especially When Things Go Wrong)” focused on the value of transparency and the link bet
Many of us interact with technology on a daily basis. We use websites and mobile apps to digest dense streams of information and gain insight into our lives, our friends’ lives, and our community. Unfortunately, very little has been done to clarify the privacy policies we consent to when we use these services. That may be about to change, though, as new developments are underway to help distill privacy disclosures in a visually appealing, easily understandable way. Before we