From further information revealing Yahoo's actions, to personal data being valued at $3.20, is a new era of data privacy long overdue?
Have our phones invaded our privacy of thought? Do companies need to offer 'social contracts' with their customers to build trust and transparency? How can companies unify datasets to maximise sales without compromising customer privacy?
A carefully curated summary of the top data-related news from the week:
Saskia Nagel and Peter Reiner examine how our minds are blended with our devices. 🤔📲Poses thought provoking questions on the privacy of thought in this digital era - and whether our image of ourselves exists through the amalgam between brain and device. 🤕
Eric Schurr stresses the importance of companies developing trust and transparency in this digital age: "Success will come to those who are clear with consumers about the information that's being collection, how it's being applied and with which entities it is being shared." ☑👍
Should companies start producing "social contracts" 📃 for customers to build trust around use of personal data?