Your privacy and being online are fundamentally out of balance.
When you use smart phones, tablets, computers, TVs, and smart speakers you are under technology surveillance. Vendors all over the world collect personal information about you and your behavior without your explicit consent.
The context for collection gets lost. Personal information is absorbed into reputation profiles, bought and sold by data brokers – which you have no control over.
Decisions are made automatically that impact not just the ads you see, but offers and prices for goods and services, eligibility for loans, approval for insurance, and selection for employment.
You have the right to be left alone and control how you present yourself to the world.
Privacy scorecards explain how the Global Data About You Network works, how well business protects your privacy, and what you can do about it.