The recent National Security Agency secret surveillance scandal may have strongly
influenced the shift in the American public's concerns from terrorism to civil
rights abuses, according to a report from the non-partisan Pew Research Center.
Hot on the heels of the fallout of the NSA's undercover activities, comes Paranoid,
a film which underlines the reality that the information of virtually everybody
whose details have been recorded for official business, is not safe at all.
In fact, our data is up for grabs by 'fair' means (sold by 'data brokers')...or foul.
Cybercrime is a growing 'industry', especially in Great Britain where the UK
Government estimates that it's costing the economy around £27 billion.
Below is a double 'treat' for readers: a movie promo for Paranoia and a
related infographic which paints a scary picture about how some of us are
helping unscrupulous souls to exploit our information by 'putting it all out
To be safe and to protect our information (and reputation), we all have to be
a little more paranoid.
Thoughts on customer service, communication and, of course, reputation management.