We all use technology in our everyday life. From the most mundane of things such as getting in touch with family and friends, checking out the latest and trending topics on the web and online shopping to the most sensitive of tasks like online banking, we all rely on our flashy and techy gadgets to do the job for us. And while there are a few frustrating moments, these devices mostly do the job 90% of the time.
However, considering the massive amount of sensitive data you deal with every day (and your PC), how sure are you that these data are protected once they get to the web? There are definitely some mechanical issues with storage devices that must be watched for (see here: http://www.harddriverecovery.org/data-recovery-services.html). Also, we can’t ignore the fact that many hackers out there are just waiting for their moment to strike to steal your data for a profit.
These threats are real. And we have seen time and again how others took advantage of system vulnerabilities and human error to make a big amount of money. As an individual, you have your personal responsibilities you have to take accountability for. But what if the incident happened outside of your scope and within the many pathways of the web? Can you vouch for the security of your data all the time?
While we may not always fathom what happens on the web, it does not mean that we should just sit still and wait for something to happen. As a responsible citizen, you have a right to demand your safety and protection while using the web and our elected leaders have a responsibility to take measures to do that for us.
So this is what happens when you have too much technology in your life. You don’t realize a lot is on the line because you think the sites you visit are innocent platforms for your entertainment. The truth is, they are there to make money. Facebook is a good example. You sign up and don’t have anything to pay for it but you end up sharing all your personal details with photos and videos to boot. And that’s where real business takes place.
If you see ads popping on your monitor, that’s Facebook retargeting at work. Without your knowledge, the company sells your data to advertisers and they do it in the most clever and efficient way – even getting you to the right demographic. Now, if something happens to this site’s server, perhaps, what will happen to the data of billions of its users who will be compromised if you can’t always rely on servers to protect you all the time? That is a reality we have to live with every day.
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