When buying a device, mostly computer devices like phones, or software applications and accessories for these devices, most consumers don’t read the fine print on terms of operation and privacy policies. Most often than not, it is a journalist, reporter or an article on print or social media that cautions users of certain products on what they agreed too and how their data is being used. Recently, there was an uproar on social media world, especially on Twitter, when people learned that the data on Unroll.me was being sold to uber among other tech companies. This issue was brought to the light by a tech reporter like Alex Hern.
Alex Hern is the UK technology editor for the Guardian. Before assuming this role, he was a tech reporter who was always on the lookout for tech upgrades and flops to inform the general public. He also served as a staff writer for New Statesman bride joining the guardian. Twitter has become one of the most effective tools of communication with people even getting fired on the platform. Mr. Hern is not left behind on this. Through his twitter account, he continues to address various topics including pop culture in an effort to educate and inform his readers.
Sources of the article: https://www.accesswire.com/530032/Alex-Hern-San-Diego-based-CEO-of-Tsunami-XR-Shares-Thoughts-on-the-Conference-Room-of-the-Future