The West Is One Real Crisis Away From a Skynet-Style Surrender of Privacy

by Larry Emmott on March 16, 2020

in General,Security

FromĀ Belmont Club:

As the outbreak spreads in the West, some will demand the creation of an equivalent system — in the interests of public health, of course. It is here where the absence of public policy treating private data as property and speech will be most felt. Google is already able to provide exactly the same information the Chinese Communist Party uses pursuant to a request from law enforcement.

Source: The West Is One Real Crisis Away From a Skynet-Style Surrender of Privacy | Belmont Club

Interesting, very topical and relates back to the question I have been asking for years, “Who owns the data?”

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