Andrew Martin: Turning the personal data tables

Take back control

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Andrew Martin looks at the personal data economy, asks if consumers have enough protection and explores the implications for advice and wealth management

Personal Data Economy: a concept that puts individuals in control of their personal information and allows them to share it with businesses, brands and other trusted third parties on their own terms. This could include basic ID, health and information, financial records, buying history, social media activity, biometrics and more. Mobile Ecosystem Forum Towards the end of last summer during one of the lockdown respites, we visited my son and his family to help with some DIY. I don't think I've been out-barbequed on many occasions (I like to think), but I was this time. So, like all ...

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