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Speaking at Telefonica's Campus Party Europe tech festival in Berlin, Joe Huser, an LA-based corporate attorney, described how the world around us is getting more and more connected which probably means less and less privacy. Here are some of the scenerios which raise questions about data protection and privacy. ZDNet UK's Daivd Meyer says we need to talk about sensors: How the internet of things could affect privacy
Recently Orbitz was found to be charging Mac users a higher rate for flights after they determined that Mac users are willing to pay more.
But... did you consent to the airline tracking your behaviour when you bought the ticket, or did you have to opt into the system?
RFID devices implanted into your luggage, backpack or airline tags can ensure that your luggage will never get lost. Until a crook finds the right combination.