Will your data be safe?

Amazon reveals new products that harvest massive amounts of information to analyze with new cloud computer powers.
A startup called Cue, for example, scans up to 500 million emails, Facebook updates and corporate documents to create a service that can outline the biography of a given person you meet, warn you to be home to receive a package or text a lunch guest that you are running late.

How will an individual protect his or her private data in such an environment?

Read more: http://www.smh.com.au/it-pro/cloud/amazon-taps-rich-cloud-of-computing-power-20120828-24xnc.html#ixzz24tFHMuvM

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I have over 30 years of internet experience. When we all first started, the internet was open, free to explore anywhere, and you could be anomynous. Now I get frustrated with the political interference of governments and the economic interfrence of big business. This has resulted in closed geograhical regions and business models used to determine prices and your level of privacy. Let's find tools to get back to the thrill of the internet!