Why drowning in data means an end to privacyBy
We're up to our necks in data, maybe to our ears--or beyond. IDC's Susan Feldman cites a study showing that office workers spend an average of 14.5 hours per week just wading through e-mail, and another 9.5 hours searching for information on the Internet. And this is a productivity tool?
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