Corporate businesses and government agencies are all doing it: collecting data and thereby breaking universal laws. Ready to take action? We know what to do.
Collecting data is not compatible with the UN law we mentioned in part 1 of this series – even if it’s done anonymously, and by the government for good reasons.
The basic, underlying problem is that collecting and storing huge amounts of data series anonymously is simply not possible (as we described in part 2). Moreover, considering the amounts of data collected today, anyone with access to it can analyze it and find out things which are firmly restricted by law. There is nothing to stop this from happening today.