Can privacy really still exist in a world where we are continuously connected to the internet? In this video series, journalist, geek and former tv presenter, Aleks Krotoski, travels the world to explore the limits and potential of privacy in the 21st century, for business and individuals alike.
In episode one, Aleks discovers how mobile technology, photography and even the humble chimney have changed the way we think about privacy. Then she travels to the US to meet Max, a professional digital detective. Armed with only her name, he’s challenged to gather as much information on her personal and business affairs as possible.
What he finds is staggering.
In episode two, Aleks travels to Las Vegas, home to some of the world’s largest hacking conventions, to better understand the privacy and security implications of running a business. Two hackers, Khalil Sehnaoui and Martin Bos, are challenged with cracking her work computer, in real-time.
From the right to be forgotten to preventative techniques, Aleks Krotoski examines how businesses and individuals can take control back when it comes to their privacy
What if we could harness personal data for the collective good? In this episode, Aleks Krotoski travels to Japan to test radiation levels with a community-built Geiger counter
In the final episode of this series, Aleks Krotoski steps into the near future to experience what it’s like to have your life constantly connected. Her every whim may be catered for, but at what cost?
The Internet is on Fire
Computer security expert Mikko Hypponen wants you to understand how the ways you use the Internet affects your privacy, security and more. At TEDxBrussels, he gives an impassioned talk that challenges all of us to think before we click.