Every trip you take in the last eight weeks has been recorded in a database. The time, the start, and finish points all link directly to your name and address.
We’re living in a world where more and more information and data is created about us. Where we pass through sensors or cameras and computers and we buy things and we enter places and we use electronic key cards. And each of those pieces of information might be harmless on its own that you were at this place at this time. But when you bring each of those pieces of information together they’re like pixels. You can form a very high resolution image of somebody’s life to a degree that is really quite spooky and I think that most people that if they knew the extent of the possibilities in this area would be quite alarmed.