Our engagement with technology whether via the platforms comprising the Internet of Things or social media platforms connecting us to the world have redefined the way we interact with society, leaving a trail of data that grows exponentially by the year.
Within this data lies insights to our behaviors, preferences, and, in the view of some, ultimately who we are. But this ream of information has also opened avenues for everyone from corporations to governments to group people based off of traits like race, income and geography, begging questions regarding privacy and, in some instances, human rights.
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