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None of the external links seem to work. (discuss) 06:13, 31 December 2014 (UTC)[reply]

Privacy and Data Collection[edit source]

As technology gets more integrated into our lives along with the use of AI technology in our homes, cars and smart devices, It’s becoming more challenging to protect data collection and privacy with the rise in marketing orientation approaches, marketing data driven technology companies are increasingly focusing on data collection to understand the consumer behavior therefore should individuals be giving away their privacy in order to use a service or to make their device works better and improve their lives? The U.S Constitution grants the right to privacy, and the government agencies are focusing on protection privacy of individuals data, therefore, using technology to improve individuals lives should never jeopardize freedom and be valued as an economic commodity; therefore, these government agencies are working on changing policies and educating consumers to guard consumer data. (The preceding unsigned comment was added by Sun-love50 (talkcontribs) 3 May 2019‎)