"The sheer scale of technological change and the ingenuity with which people are using location-based service data feeds means we are always playing catch-up." That was the message from Jonathan Bamford of the UK Information Commissioner's Office at a recent privacy event, V3.co.uk reports. Considering the future of privacy, one U.S. expert suggested it may soon be impossible to opt out of sharing location data, noting, "As we match the physical world to the virtual world, by placing items such as fridges or even your car keys on the Internet, firms could have even more access to your data, your location and your life."
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