www.alexanderhanff.com Alexander Hanff is a globally respected privacy expert and advocate with a background in computer science, pyschology, sociology and law. For over twenty years Alexander has worked in the field of technology, specifically online technologies and has had a diverse career from technical management roles to training and teaching. In 2005 Alexander decided to investigate the impact of technology on society and returned to University to study these issues as a sociologist, then in 2008 moved into privacy advocacy full time after graduating in Information Systems and Applied Sociology from Lancaster University in the UK. Alexander cut his teeth running a campaign against Phorm, a corporation trying to enter the UK advertising market by using technology called Deep Packet Inspection to intercept citizens' web communications in order to build behavioural profiles which would then be used to sell advertising.
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