Whether unwittingly, intentionally, unintentionally, justified or not, we’ve seen authorities making tradeoffs time and again between public health and personal data protection.
Personal privacy and the greater good are not mutually exclusiveGovernments and corporations seem to operate under the assumption that personal data and privacy must be sacrificed for the greater good.
That data might include personal data of users, such as Social Security Numbers, dates of birth, addresses and so on.
This concentration of personal data puts users at risk and gives decision-making power to those holding the data.
Users own their data and there is no concentration of personal data on servers in remote data centers.

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