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Your Privacy Can’t be Left up to Others

[2019-01-11 15:05:35]

Doc Searls argues that if your privacy is in the hands of others alone, you don’t have any privacy. If you think regulations are going to protect your privacy, you’re wrong. In fact they can make things worse, especially if they start with the assumption that your privacy is provided only by other parties, most of whom are incentivized to violate it. I think Mr. Searls makes some good points. I’m in favor of privacy regulations, but I also agree that individuals need to manage their privacy better. Privacy should also be the default, and not a feature you have to pay for.

Your Privacy Can’t be Left up to Others


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