Preserving Privacy | SEGMENT 2 | #109
April 16, 2016•6 min
Over 11.5-million documents were leaked in the Panama Papers incident making it the largest data leak in history, easily eclipsing the WikiLeaks and Edward Snowden cases in 2010 and 2013 respectively. With the world turning its focus back on digital security, we question, "How safe is the average person?" The Internet Society's Technical Outreach Director for Identity and Privacy, Robin Wilton (@futureidentity), offers a troubling retort.