By Harsha Cuttari, CTO, Aqua Intelligence
People around the world have embraced social media. Whether we are airing our political views on Twitter, our best lives on Instagram, or what we had for breakfast on Facebook, we share parts of our lives no one used to see. Every time we think either the tipping point has been reached or the popularity of these platforms will diminish, we are proved wrong as they are prevalent in everyday life as much as they ever were – potentially more. The whistle blowers behind the Cambridge Analytica disclosure made even the most trusting of social media user question how our data is obtained, stored, and used, encouraging us to think more carefully on how and where we share our information, and who can then access it.