Consumers bear the cost of their privacy protection

The latest round of regulations placed on corporations to protect privacy will not protect us from the harm caused by government surveillance. This should concern us all, since government intelligence agencies are the major players infringing upon our privacy.

Governments acquire the majority of their surveillance data from corporations because that is where most of the personal data resides. We must change this paradigm, of governments accessing corporations’ data, to one in which individuals securely store their own data. This is where artificial intelligence comes in.

Full article: Consumers bear the cost of their privacy protection – The Globe and Mail

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