Privacy is the digital hot potato of today – and rightly so. What we do on our computers is, frankly, no-one else’s business.
We ‘allow’ some companies, such as Google and Facebook, to track what we do online so as to better serve us. And most of us don’t mind.
But is Zeitgeist – the ‘relevancy engine’ used in Ubuntu to keep track of which files and apps you use most – evil?