With the rise of social networks, the question of what to do with our personal data is becoming more urgent, with the proliferation of online businesses.
The internet is a place where we share our most intimate information with our friends and family, where we can learn about each other’s health, and where we all can get our daily dose of exercise.
But the future of personal data privacy and access to our data depends on the ability to build out an alternative network for sharing data across all platforms.
This week, we take a look at the potential risks to personal data and privacy posed by the rise and expansion of the internet of things and how we can best manage the changes that are taking place.
In this week’s episode: Spectrum move service: What does it mean for you to use a Spectrum move?
Who can use it?
What can you expect to see in the future?
What do you want to know?
Spectrum movement organization: What is the role of the Spectrum move and how can it affect you?
What’s the history of the service?
What does this mean for your privacy?
What are the implications for the future with the internet?
What is Spectrum?
Listening and move: What can we expect to hear?
What could we be hearing?
What will we be seeing?
Who should we listen to?
What should we avoid listening to?
Moving: What are some of the challenges of moving?
How can we mitigate risks?
How should we communicate about moving?
The list goes on…
What can people do with the Spectrum?
Spectrum Move: What happens when you sign up?
How much does it cost?
What happens if you don’t get it?
Spectrum Moving: How can I track my Spectrum move experience?
Spectrum Listening: What’s an acceptable usage history?
How does Spectrum work?
What kinds of information do you share with the public?
How do you manage the risk of misuse?