A few months ago, I wrote a piece titled "Can I trust you?". In this piece, I dscissued how we decide when we can trust someone or something, especially in the digital era. As our awareness of the impliciations of sharing (personal) data increases, so to do our calls for more stringent privacy regulations. However, it is difficult to ignore that this call for more protection on (personal) data is a bit hypocritical. People across the world are willing to sacrifice data about themselves in exchange for convenience, such as for free WiFi in an airport or cafe.
Given this, I pose a question:"to what extent would you trade your personal information for convenience, and what would change your mind?