With our lives being lived online more than ever before we are creating more sensitive data about ourselves and our lives than we realise. In this episode we are joined by Carla*, a forensic technology expert, to look at just how much personal data we are creating, who could be using it and what this environment of omnipresent surveillance is doing to our relationships and our wellbeing.
*Carla asked to speak anonymously, so we are using a pseudonym.
What reporter Will Ockenden’s metadata reveals about his life – The ABC
How the law allows governments to publish your private information – The Conversation
How to Protect Your Data When You Travel to the United States – The Conversation
So You’ve Been Publicly Shamed – Jon Ronson