Data from our social existence are generated, gathered and tracked like never before.
Trends towards digitisation have been sharply accelerated by the pandemic, changing the way we live in the twenty-first century.
Our research looks at how this social data is changing how people interact with friends, businesses, employers, politics and democracy.
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