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Digital surveillance: what my phone records say about me

The Telegraph
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Cal Flyn
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And where there is such a wealth of information, there is an element of risk that it will not be used correctly.

Emma Draper of Privacy International said: "Information, once collected and stored, will always be vulnerable to exposure by human error or corruption. The only answer to this problem is to collect only the bare minimum of information, and to delete or destroy information the moment it becomes superfluous to requirements."