Talking smartphone privacy on ABC Radio’s “Life Matters”
A few weeks back, I had a conversation on Twitter with Natasha Mitchell, presenter of ABC Radio National’s Life Matters, about smartphones and just how much data they’re handing on to, well, all manner of organisations. This morning we came back to that conversation live on national radio.
Do you know what data you’re really sharing, and with whom, when you download and use smart phone apps? Companies are collecting as much as they can get away with, says Stilgherrian.
We spoke for 20 minutes and covered a lot of territory.
If you want to know more, then you can listen to my guest lecture at University of Technology Sydney (UTS), and then follow the links to more than 30 references.
The audio is of course ©2014 Australian Broadcasting Corporation, and it’s served here directly from the ABC website.
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