Reading Time: < 1 minuteThe surveillance economy continues to spread worldwide, even as consumers are less aware of its implications. We trade the lucrative digital essence of ourselves for free maps or email services.
Some experts in the US say rising public concern about consumer data is based more on hysteria than actual harm. According to them, creating a separate agency could hinder the development of beneficial digital services.
We're transforming both our culture and our policies and there's undoubtedly been an evolution regarding privacy. The professional tech world has realized that profit shouldn’t be the only purpose and is developing new strategies and business models that reflect this.
What should we expect from this paradigm change?