The potentially all-knowing capabilities of companies and organizations that collect data raise questions.
- What are an individualÂ´s privacy rights given the particular and dynamic dimensions of the digital world: the amount of data, the real time processing of and actions taken based on the data?
- Should there be limits as to how data can be collected or used?
- Who owns the data?
- Who should benefit from the value it generates?
- How can personal information be reclaimed by the individual once itÂ´s dispersed?
Source: Gold Rush by Thomas Galizia, Trevor Gee, Ken Landis | Deloitte Review