The London Free Press had a feature article this past weekend on our digital identity, aptly titled “Our Digital Soul”.  There’s more to come in the next couple of weeks but this first installment was about the reality that there’s a lot more “out there” about us than we realize.  Sensors in various places pick up our facial features, voice characteristics, fingerprint identification, even odour, sweat and how we walk.  In other words, who we are is increasing becoming digitized, our “soul” supposedly no longer our own. The article dealt primarily about digital identity as it relates to security, but we all know it descends far deeper than that.  A recent report by the British government’s chief scientist, Sir John Beddington, reasons that social…