Global survey of experts predicts the biggest privacy issues for 2013 »
A report published today predicts that mobile apps, mobile geo-location and data aggregation will be the most contentious privacy issues for 2013.
“Predictions for Privacy”, which surveyed more than 180 regulators, legal experts and privacy professionals from 19 countries identifies the key trends and major issues that are likely to emerge over the coming year.
The report was compiled by the Privacy Surgeon and has been published by LSE Enterprise, the commercial and professional arm of the London School of Economics. It warns of a possible crisis of confidence over online privacy.