The Privacy Paradox – Future Tense 

Everyday we willingly give over huge swathes of information and data about ourselves to organisations, companies and governments who track it, control it and sell it.

We know it’s happening and we know we should probably be more careful, but the convenience we get in return for this information makes us act to the contrary.

This is the privacy paradox.

Source: The Privacy Paradox – Future Tense – ABC Radio National (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)

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