Share and share alike

By Peter Griffin In Technology

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5th January, 2013
Whatever happens in the world of technology in 2013, one thing is clear – we will be sharing more this year. Sharing more personal data, that is. The newly powerful web 3.0 companies facilitating the sharing of everything from status updates and digital photos to music playlists and your very location on the planet are now moving into top gear, collating and turning your personal information on Facebook, Twitter and Google into marketable products for advertisers. The more we share, the more connected and engaged we become and the more meaningful our relationships with each other are. ...

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