On one hand the administration discloses to us they are attempting to shield us from wholesale fraud, hackers, and digital wrongdoing. In any case, then again they are caught up with selling our information, gathering our own data as legally necessary, and afterward either making it open data, or giving it out to organizations and individuals that we would most improbable wish to have it. One could state that on the off chance that the legislature cannot protect our data, at that point they should not be permitted to gather it, or force us to give them data. All things considered, in the event that they compel us to round out structures, get licenses, allow, and record this data then they have to have a genuine use for it. I would not think of it as a genuine use to take that data, pivot, and offer it to make 10s of a large number of dollars. In any case, that is what is going on in a decent numerous cases.
There was an intriguing piece with regards to Florida Today on July 21, 2011 by Will Gorham titled; Florida Makes Millions Selling Driver’s Info, which expressed that the State of Florida Department of Motor Vehicles; FL made 63 million a year ago selling what many believe is close to home data. Selling individuals’ names, addresses, dates of birth, a rundown of the vehicles they drive, and it is legitimate. Per government order, there are organizations that are qualified for this data. Insurance agencies, for instance, are qualified for this data. Bosses are qualified for this facebook hack tool. Florida is offering this data to organizations including Lexus Nexus and Shadow Soft. Those organizations accumulate information on individuals and then sell that information.
On the off chance that you figure this does not appear to be reasonable for those worried about security, at that point you’d be correct, and now it has ignited a firestorm of open outrage, and truly who can censure individuals for being disturbed. People are finding their information being captured from Smartphone Apps, Facebook security setting hacking, and their budgetary data from information put away with the organizations they purchase from, which has truly become an issue. The legislature, under command currently, is permitted to give or sell the data that they gather, yet one needs to ask; on the off chance that we cannot confide in our own administration with our own data, at that point it appears we can confide in nobody, which is the old CIA quote; Trust No One Too awful would it say it is not.