Watch the Data Baby grow as we examine how your searches and clicks are reshaping the web - and you.
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.
For the last 24 hours, you've been telling us how you use your phone, and when, through the #datababy Twitter trial. From morning alarm to lights out - here's what we found out.
Our security agencies are feeling the heat amid revelations about the extent of their surveillance programmes. But as the Data Baby project can reveal, spying is now cheap and relatively easy...
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.
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.
The inventor of the world wide web talks surveillance, accountability and the future of the internet with Krishnan Guru-Murthy, saying government agencies need to "renegotiate trust" with the public.
In the modern world of email and social networking, your connections mean that you could be more closely linked to terror suspects than you thought - which means you might be a target for US spies.
As Channel 4 News monitors what your phone is up to over 24 hours, we want your help: tell us how you use your phone, and when, by following the #datababy Twitter trial.
In a week where the NSA admitted tracking mobile phone locations, the solicitor behind a legal challenge against GCHQ tells Channel 4 News surveillance is understandable - but we need to regulate it.
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.