I've thought about this a lot, and to expect the managing of the information on consumers for myself is also a little bit harmful. I think there should be a standard of what is default. This is what always happens unless you give consent elsewise. That would be the ideal world, according to me. Right.
But the more I think about it, I would like to see and this goes back to what I said earlier, I'd like to understand what I'm signing up for when I when I enter information, when I visit a website, I want to know what I'm signing up for. What what are they going to do with my data as a standard?
And it would be ideal if anything that changes from that is first test like. We're going to actually do this with your data, are you cool with it? Yes, please give your consent. That would be ideal. I don't know how practical that is to to make that unanimous and consistent with all the companies. But I do think the responsibility falls on the companies to protect and be fair and ethical with everything that.
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