Tomorrow’s episode of The Guardian’s investigation of privacy in the digital age sees me trying to take back control after information is released into the wild – without prior consent or knowledge.

We visit Mario Gonzales, the catalyst case for Europe’s controversial Right to be Forgotten, to find out how to represent ourselves in the best possible light in an age where information is recorded in perpetuity.

We meet activists who teach encryption techniques to small businesses, journalists and women – and ask whether this is really the best solution to keeping information private in our digital lives.

We find out more – after I’ve been doxxed and hacked – about what I can do to keep myself and my business safe in the 21st century.

Episode 3 is released tomorrow! Catch it at The Guardian.