The digitisation of our lives is accelerating: bank accounts, telephone bills, health records, airline tickets – all of these are now somewhere in the Cloud, at our disposal; moreover, we share increasing portions of our lives though status updates, pictures, blog posts, comments, restaurant and hotel ratings and so on.
The consequences of unauthorised access to our digital identity can be catastrophic: if we lost passwords when we had one or two, imagine how likely it is for this to happen now that we have hundreds.
Identity is however only a small part of a problem that is spiralling out of control: intellectual property of anything we create and share is at the mercy of unilateral terms and conditions we often accept without proper consideration.
This book brings all these things together and attempts to initiate a process to define a technical and legislative framework for the proper management of our Digital Self.
Enough, you silver-tongued devil! You have confused me so much I am ready to part with my hard-earned cash to buy “The Digital Self Manifesto”, but how do I do this?
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