I went to hear Evengy Morozov's talk at the RSA on Thursday lunchtime. It was called: Big Data Small Government and he drew much of it from his new book To Save Everything, Click Here.
He covered off the new rage of spectacles and watches about to hit our stores from Google and Samsung (has Apple peaked?) which will track, rather frighteningly, all we do without any of us really knowing. They they'll sell it on.
I asked him a question about when we were we going to be compensated for signing away this data? Ge replied that we should be lucky the likes of Google and Facebook don't charge us for the use of their sites. Humbug. The law needs to change in Europe.