It's very simple, I think, to say, oh, yeah, you should be in charge of your data and to not take a step back and realize that we've all been carrying a tracking device in our pockets since two thousand and eight, and we've all been giving away our information for 15 years. And so, though I still think that you should own your data, and I believe that for the rest of my life. I think the phase that we're in now is you need to we need we, not you as a global technology community, if we want to behave responsibly, which we should all want to behave responsibly. Don't be evil, I think is a solid guiding principle in this. We need to find a way to make it easier for people to take charge of their data, because right now I can't even imagine trying to get all of my data back. It would be so time consuming and so expensive if it's even possible, which I kind of doubt.
ZipComply believes that trust and security should be transparent and the industry standards that one should expect, regardless of being explicitly stated in a law.
We hope to educate everyone about consumer privacy. We ask the question "Who do you think should be in control of your information on the internet?" to people in different job functions. The answers might surprise you.
In general, people seem very passionate about consumer privacy. Stay tuned for more of these videos.