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How to Regain Online Privacy?

How to Regain Online Privacy?

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So, you thought you once had online privacy. Well, maybe so a few decades ago, but not now.

Online privacy is impossible because all smartphones and free web browsers require you to waive your privacy rights before downloading. Besides, there are unlimited ways to track you and your device on the internet.

And the coming implementation of Central Bank Digital Currency (CBDC) in the U.S. eliminates any chance of personal privacy. It opens the door permanently to the dystopian world of the totalitarians. The only way to resist is altogether dropping out.

Notice: while there is nothing specific to privacy in the Bill of Rights or the U.S. Constitution, it is implied in several Amendments. And so the only way out is for the U.S. Supreme Court to rule that the CBDC cannot be forced on us and our right to privacy must be protected.

The collection of your data is unstoppable!

Today’s data collection of your personal information is more extensive than you imagine! Nowadays, you can be tracked no matter where you go or what you do, and the system can build a profile about you.

The key to understanding what’s happening, and it’s scary, is that the web browsers, smartphones, street cameras, etc., are connected. And, the data storage and processing about you happens in the vast cloud servers.

Now the scary part, all the devices share the same data. And so, all have the unlimited processing power and data access based on immediate needs. Watch the video below to learn more.

“Big Data” collects and processes your data inside its cloud servers.

Big Data collects and processes your data inside a cloud server, which enables more efficient processing and merging of your personal information from all sources.

One source is the Internet of Things which can collect your data from places you never imagined! For example, your car, refrigerator, light bulbs, etc.

What collects your data now extends to “The Internet of Things.”

“The Internet of Things” is the phrase given to anything connected to the internet, like an intelligent light bulb, home security system, or even a smart refrigerator or TV. All can use sensors to collect your data without you knowing and report it to a cloud server. And someone will get paid for legally stealing your data.

More and more, the internet of things is everything around you, from a doorbell to a refrigerator. They are constantly scanning and uploading data about you for processing in artificial intelligence computers.

Blockchain for non-stop, unstoppable, and constantly improving accuracy

If you thought blockchains were only for cryptocurrencies, you’d again be wrong. What’s important to know is that each one can automatically keep processing commands or artificial intelligence as long as its network of computers keeps running. Once your data is collected and reported, it can update your profile.

The thing to realize is that the gathering and processing never stops! And the collection gets more intrusive and comprehensive as artificial intelligence learns more about you.

How can we regain our online privacy?

There is no way to without giving up life as you know it. Even then, there are no guarantees. Our only chance is immediate, worldwide non-compliance. That is refusing to carry a smartphone, use digital currencies, etc. If we don’t, we are doomed to a permanent loss of personal freedom and liberty.

Soon, the government and the marketplace will require us to use digital currency controlled by totalitarians. Next, all our data will be centralized, so we can’t buy or sell without a smartphone with a digital currency subscription. And that will be the end!

You’ll need your up-to-date gene modification card and smartphone to exist in this new society.

At this late time, I can only help you confuse the relevant artificial intelligence (AI) programming for a while. The rest must come from urgent political changes.

Getting rid of things that spy on you

Russel Brand rants about how Amazon’s doorbell service shared camera data with the police.

Know that many electronic devices can spy on you; from lightbulbs to doorbells, they watch, listen, and report on you. Worse, once your data ends up in a Big Tech cloud, it can be processed, indexed, combined, etc. All are leading to denying you personal privacy without your permission.

Stopping your smartphone from tracking you

If you carry a smartphone, achieving online privacy is complex. For example, its file library must be deleted and replaced with some that enable the phone to continue working.

Note: If you have a Facebook app, forget it!

Interestingly, there are a few places where you can buy a cheap de-Googled phone, but they require several trade-offs. And there is no guarantee you won’t mess up and accidentally show up on the radar.

Smartphone “bags or pockets.”

These bags are easy to use, inexpensive, and effective, but one false move! And presto, they know where you are.

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