Can 'info-nopolies' be trusted with our personal data?

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Can 'info-nopolies' be trusted with our personal data?

[Blog post] Citizens reduced to lab rats.

There is an adage that says if you're not paying for the product then chances are, you are the product. It's a reference to the one-sided bargain for personal information that powers so many social businesses - the way that "infonopolies" as I call them exploit the ...

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Steve Wilson
Steve Wilson is Vice President and Principal Analyst at Constellation Research, Inc, focusing on digital identity and privacy. His coverage areas includes business research themes in Consumerisation of IT and Next Generation Customer Experience. Topics include identity management strategy, policy and governance, and privacy management.
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