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Smart devices, cell phone cameras, social shaming. and the loss of the right to a private self: Interview with Michel Paradis

By Dan Drollette Jr, September 8, 2022

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4 months ago

Agree 150% with what he says. I think they should start to deal with this by providing everyone with the opportunity to receive a complete list of all the information that any entity holds on a person, say once per year, in an electronic (not printed) form that allows the person to identify information that they think is incorrect. Just start with this, and see where it lands, and what is needed in addition after it comes into play. The credit bureaus have to provide a credit report each year, but not other data that they have that they sell/share with institutions like… Read more »