This debate will explore the recent change in behaviour and attitudes towards privacy largeley evoked by Social media and technology.
These social and technological developments include new mobile technologies, self-publishing tools and social networking sites (Facebook, Bebo etc).The conversation will explore perceived privacy issues between the younger and older generations? Are we naive by putting so much private information online and unaware of the consequences in later life? Will we all have to get used to a world where there is almost no boundary between public and private life? What are the implications for society when people reveal so much about themselves to the world?
The panel of expert judges includes, Matthew Taylor, chief executive of the RSA, Claire Fox, director of
This should be an interesting debate and it will be fascinating cross evaluating the thoughts of those within new media against that of a political commenter.