Digital Communications

We need to reconsider ethical and philosophical issues surrounding our digital identities

Whenever we use our phones, data is collected and stored about us in ways we wouldn't even think of. Image: REUTERS/Brian Snyder

Armen Khatchatourov

Professor of ethics and social science, Institut Mines-Télécom Business School

Pierre-Antoine Chardel

Professor of ethics and social science, Institut Mines-Télécom Business School

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