Data privacy ranks up there with zombies on the list of things that people worry about. And who can blame them?
Both come up a lot online, both are scary and, unfortunately, both are viewed (to varying extents) as concerns plaguing the paranoid. We hear about both data privacy and zombies so often, we’ve become desensitized to the gore and the risk — and we associate that same “it will never happen to me” thinking to both scenarios.
Consumers need to snap to and realize big data is coming to get them, and if THEY don’t start taking privacy seriously, businesses certainly won’t.
The privacy data inventory that follows will help you see how little attention you're directing toward some pretty serious things.
4/22/2019 0 Comments
National DNA Day | April 25
Parents, Did You Know?
Citizens’ Council for Health Freedom Alert--
ST. PAUL, Minn.--In a world dominated by technology, surveillance and privacy concerns, there is very little that still truly belongs to human beings.
Their DNA should be one of these closely guarded possessions.
But from their very first day on Earth, the country’s tiniest citizens are losing their rights to and privacy of their genetic blueprint because many states store, use and share newborn DNA for research—without parental consent, says Citizens’ Council for Health Freedom (CCHF).