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On 20th February 2015, I retained a record of my digital day. Text messages; browsing history; banking. If it was electronic, it got saved. What follows is the story of my day in the real world, recounted through screenshots from the digital one.
How much of a digital trail do we create in a day? If you were suspected of a serious crime, how easily could police reconstruct your last 24 hours? And more to the point, how screwed would you be?
One average guy. One average day on the internet. There should be nothing to fear. R-right?
Browsing history, Friday AM
Browsing history, Friday PM
Friday’s bank, mobile, HypeMachine and Google data.
What does your digital footprint reveal about you?