Have you sold your on-line soul for a mess of potage?

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See my next blog entry . It is not just smart TVs that require you to agree to global surveillance by you technology or service provider and those to whom they decide to provide information. Do you care? What are you going to do about it. I am currently grappling with drafting the terms of reference for a Conservative Technology Forum exercise to look at the consequences and find a way forward based on mixing consumer choice and democratic accountability.   

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