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Who owns our data?

Topical programme about the fast-changing media world. Can we trust technology companies to look after our personal information?

Internet users everywhere are worried about their personal data. There are concerns that a few companies have become extremely rich off the back of it. But just how worried should we be? Also today, the BBC has published its annual plan, setting out priorities for the next 12 months.

Amol Rajan is joined by Ken MacQuarrie, the BBC's Director of Nations and Regions, Alexandra Suich Bass, The Economist's US Technology Editor, Megan Lucero who leads The Bureau Local at the Bureau of Investigative Journalism, and Ivana Bartoletti, a data and privacy campaigner.

Presenter: Amol Rajan
Producer: Richard Hooper.

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