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Privacy invasion is not a must to data mine and save lives. But it will be the only option offered by corps. Benefits in exchange for monopoly-increasing solutions. Check a privacy aware, decentralized solution that won't come from corporations: 0SPi.com
securing is easy but requires internet giants to give up control to users.
we must know why, what, when, and where the data flows, and users must be in control, to be able to selectively allow or not such connections.
If we would have an Android service that would allow only downloads but not uploads, users would not accept so easily apps with Full Network Access Permissions.
Coincendantly I am working at a sollution.
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