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‘Do we want a society where an individual’s value lies predominantly in the way their personal information can be leveraged online – a world where data drives every decision?’
Senior Researcher Nathan Mladin argues that our ethics need to keep up with technology in this article for Spectator Life.
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Nathan joined Theos in 2016. He holds a PhD in Systematic Theology from Queen’s University Belfast and is the author of several publications, including the Theos reports Data and Dignity: Why Privacy Matters in the Digital Age, Religious London: Faith in a Global City (with Paul Bickley), and ‘Forgive Us Our Debts’: lending and borrowing as if relationships matter (with Barbara Ridpath).
Posted 22 February 2021
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