'Humanised' technology brings privacy concerns

Muqbil, Imtiaz
March 2007
Travel Weekly Australia;3/2/2007, Issue 39, p7
Trade Publication
The article reports on the impact of the use of technology on travel privacy and potential misuse of personal information in the travel industry. It has been suggested that technology should be humanized that includes digital personal identities, integrated information systems and new communication technologies. This report was commissioned by Amadeus, the global distribution system that determines the major social, geopolitical, economic, consumer and technology trends.


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