Watching TV or movies as an online group activity has grown in popularity in recent years.
But every time we use an app, website or streaming platform, information is collected about us.
Now, a BBC research and development project has created a trial version of a watch party service that gives people control over their personal data.
Using technology developed by Sir Tim Berners-Lee, each user of the service is given their own “data pod”, able to decide what personal data the service can see, for how long and for what purpose.
BBC Click’s Lara Lewington reports.
The BBC Together+ Data Pod trial kicked off on Tuesday 25 October. You can find more information about it here.
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