Watch the Data Baby grow as we examine how your searches and clicks are reshaping the web - and you.
Meet Rebecca Taylor, 27, the Channel 4 News data baby who will help us explore how everything from the news you read to the prices you pay, are a result of your online searches and clicks.
We carry our phones everywhere. But do we know what information they're sending out? Channel 4 News tracked 24 hours in the life of a phone: even when idle it made 30,000 requests to 76 servers.
Exclusive: Two of the UK's largest pawn brokers are selling second-hand phones which still contain texts, photos, bank details and more, from their previous owners, Channel 4 News can reveal.
Facebook likes are at the heart of the site's interactive appeal. But Channel 4 News can reveal that cyber criminals are hijacking users' accounts to like pages their victims want nothing to do with.
Channel 4 News has revealed how all the photos, contacts and info on many old phones can be accessed, even after the devices has been reset. Take our quiz to find out if your phone's at risk.
We share increasing amounts of data online but are horrified when it is stored. Who is watching you? Find out by watching the Data Baby Google Hangout.
After the Prism spying scandal exposed the vulnerabilities of our online data, we sent the Channel 4 News Data Baby to an information security company to find out the extent of her online footprint.
After revelations about the extent to which government agencies monitor our online data, the Data Baby and MWR InfoSecurity has a list of hints and tips to help keep your searching private.
A UK shopping centre is one of the first to track where shoppers go and what shops they visit, through their phones: Channel 4 News paid a visit to find out what it is doing with the data.
A Channel 4 News survey finds two thirds of people stay logged into their email accounts on their phones, and a fifth have sent bank details via text, leaving them vulnerable to identity theft.