Living in today’s digital economy requires that we entrust our personal information to a range of commercial and governmental institutions. We do this on the basis that our information will be kept safe and that we get value back in exchange. But what happens when the information is used for purposes other than what we expect? Join our panel of experts as they discuss the dynamics of trust versus surveillance and what it means in our complex, and ever-changing world.
How do people get visibility of what information is being collected about them and how it is being used to profile them?
How do people navigate the boundary between trust and surveillance and what level of visibility do they need (or want) of the practices of the organiations they engage with?
Where is the line where organisational use of personal information crosses the creepy line and becomes something more?
What should organisations do to help people navigate this and make informed decisions?
What is the role of Government versus market dynamics in enforcing this and what can consumers rely on?
How new technologies can help shift the balance of power back to the people?