PRIVACY: A THING OF THE PAST?
The increasing incidence of private data finding its way onto the Internet threatens the way individuals, governments, and companies go about their business. Is this a serious cause for concern?
1) How is the continued collection of individuals' data, such as purchase records or Internet selections, likely to affect personal privacy over the coming decades?
2) What strategies are businesses and governments adopting to safeguard sensitive data? Is the continued erosion of security impacting institutional behaviour?
3) Can data privacy concerns best be handled by new legislation or is privacy a thing of the past in the digital age?
Tinatin Kandelaki , General Producer, Match TV
Elizabeth Buse , Group President, International, Visa Inc.
Orit Gadiesh , Chairman, Bain & Company
Alexey Repik , President, Delovaya Rossiya (Business Russia)
Andrei Dubovskov , President, Chairman of the Management Board, MTS
Natalia Kasperskaya , General Director, InfoWatch
Igor Shchegolev , Aide to the President of the Russian Federation