Midata, your data, but what happens when the computer says 'no'?

By: Judith Carr
Published: Saturday, January 24, 2015 - 08:30 GMT

2015 will be the year of the Internet of Things. Understanding data ownership is essential. The Midata scheme must educate the public on personal data ownership.

The ending of one year and beginning of another gives rise to predictions. NESTA , who describe themselves as an' Innovation charity with a mission to help people and orgnisations bring great ideas to life', offer some very interesting predictions for 2015.

Among them the Internet of things becoming the Internet of everything. It makes really interesting reading but sometimes it is easier…

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