Why Should You Demand 100% Privacy?
The recent years have introduced us to a countless amount of new technologies, new hacks, all in one way or another meant to improve, ease or brighten our lives. Starting with know-it-all Google, ending with a phone that fits a camera, calendar, calculator and basically whatever you want in your pocket, we have been able to witness some breakthrough innovations. While the vast majority applauds this new era, there are some who stop for a second and worry about the Internet or that almighty phone of yours, knowing virtually everything about you. We put ourselves out there, oftentimes without realizing just how many people can have access to the timeline of our lives.
The recent years have not only introduced us to marvelous perks, we have also been introduced to constant paranoia caused by uncertainty about our documents’ safety, especially if the stakes are higher than family pictures. The scandal behind the Snowden revelations is only the top of mind reminder that has contributed greatly to the public thinking twice if they are going to put their information up in the “cloud”. All of a sudden, a lot of us feel forced to forget about the convenience that cloud solutions entail, but does that really have to be the case? No.
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