| May 30, 2019
Panelists discuss how governments and corporations go about harvesting information about you, what they do with it, who they provide it to, whether it is right or wrong and even how much money is being made from your personal data. Watch the highlights below, you can request access to slides and the full video.
Practically every person on this planet generates some form of data (also known as “data exhaust”). With five billion people globally having a mobile phone connection, every call, message, purchase or internet search we make, shapes our lives while leaving a digital footprint. Even when we walk on busy city streets, CCTV cameras capture our physical movements while our smartphones track our every location. There is a multi-billion dollar data industry that profits from trading these private details without you really knowing how they do it.
Moderator: Armando Gonzalez, CEO, RavenPack
This session was held at the
RavenPack Research Symposium held in London on May 23, 2019
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