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  • question number one.

  • Do you know what your smartphone is doing while you're asleep?

  • Jeffrey Fuller, a British journalist, wanted to find out so in the morning it check the reports for his own smartphone.

  • And it brought very surprising results and ever, and 43 b in a company called Amplitude got Jeffrey's phone number.

  • Email an exact location.

  • 3:58 a.m. Another company called a boy receive digital fingerprint off his phone.

  • 6:25 a.m. A trucker called Index Find await.

  • We did identify Jeffrey's phone and an application called yet was checking Jeffries I.

  • P.

  • Address every five minutes.

  • In a single week, Jeffrey found 5400 truckers in his own smartphone and mostly from application truckers or everywhere.

  • Every time you go on the website deal, Web truckers, they all present 100 person off your time off navigation.

  • They will analyze you behaviour online and you Google searches.

  • So your search is not only tell Google but also failed parties that you never heard about.

  • So why is your smartphone sending that to company that you never heard about?

  • Why is your that are leaving your phone?

  • What is your data I used for.

  • And why don't we know about it?

  • And why don't we care?

  • And I hope you like my question number one because I have four more question for you that my change to be a view towards data.

  • Question number two.

  • Who do you think knows you best?

  • Your parents, the government's or Google?

  • I'm going to give you a clue.

  • Is not your parents We all know the answer.

  • Largest Internet company or the biggest that a collector in the world history.

  • But let me first speak about the government's so I can illustrate to you the value of that wiki Next's Northern.

  • We all heard scandals about communication being monitored by government, using civil and software which collect that are about individuals.

  • Here is a scoop for you.

  • I was managing one of the company's pointed out by Wikileaks and Snowden.

  • My job is to sell software to government and Secret Service is same that we show collected by big Internet companies.

  • Same software which collect.

  • That's how about you.

  • So do I know the value of data?

  • Yes.

  • Do I know a lot about surveillance and profiling?

  • Yes.

  • Um, I scared off being monitored by governments.

  • Maybe not.

  • But let's be honest.

  • It depends on the government.

  • Um, I scared off being monitored by big companies.

  • Big yes.

  • Surveillance software.

  • Assist the government in the R est of the criminals, from pedophile to terrorists, from drug dealers to murderer.

  • And nobody is complaining about the crimes that I've been prevented or the criminals that have been arrested.

  • Thanks to those soft software, the criminals have been arrested.

  • Think to the data trail.

  • Data is gold for the police all around the world.

  • But even the wrong hand, the software which collect that are about individuals can become a weapon.

  • A dangerous weapon.

  • Alack off, eh?

  • Ticks and regulation can lead to catastrophic scenarios.

  • A few years ago, a civil and software was sold to a country and the government used it to identify the citizen's arrest them and talk to them as a software dealer.

  • What stopped me from selling to dictators or mafia?

  • How do I know that the government will use my software fairly?

  • Is the same for Internet companies.

  • How do I know that they will use your daughter fairly?

  • We need a ticks and regulation with all data from our international institution for both government and Internet companies.

  • When I speak about my job, here are the comments I get the most.

  • Have you ever spied on your boyfriend's?

  • He's What's up safe?

  • Is it okay if I use a VPN anyway?

  • I don't care.

  • I have nothing to hide.

  • So this leads to my question Number three.

  • Why are you a paradox?

  • Why would you use a VPN if you have nothing to hide?

  • Why do you think you have nothing to hide?

  • You will lock your door to protect yourself physically, but you will not do anything about your virtual security.

  • Even if cyber criminality is the fastest growing crime in the world, you are willing to give your D N A.

  • What your voice sounds like.

  • Your fingerprint in exchange or free, easy and enjoyable service is 80% of you are concerned about personal information being viewed.

  • But only 10% of you will read the privacy agreement on line.

  • The security expert Mikko Opponent set out a free WiFi hot spot in the middle of London to prove this point, and he buried in the terms and conditions in exchange of WiFi.

  • The recent Young agrees that they will assigned to us the first bone shot for a duration of eternity.

  • The first hour six people signed up.

  • But let's be honest.

  • We all know the value of that.

  • We all know the danger of Internet, but we need it.

  • Done it.

  • We are dependent on you.

  • Done it.

  • Switching off her phone, even for few hours could give us anxiety.

  • Internet companies.

  • I created the society which demand us to participate in this system.

  • It has become reflects for us to go on Google every time a question pops into your head.

  • So not only Google knows your name where you leave, who your friends are.

  • They also know your plants, what you thinking and your deepest and darkest secrets.

  • If you go good, alcoholic, anonymous drug tax, Frode Online dating.

  • It's known and recorded.

  • Some of you will tell me I have nothing to hide.

  • I have nothing to hide, could not only affect your identity and your freedom, but he can also take you to the other side of the law.

  • 66% off.

  • This room has already committed a crime.

  • You probably already illegally downloaded movies, books, music and even if you don't anymore, it's recorded, Internet remembers.

  • And, yes, downloading movies is a crime.

  • Last year, a woman in Minnesota was fined $2 million for illegal downloads before the Second World War.

  • The city of them sell them was collecting recalls about their citizen, thinking that knowing them better, they will help them better.

  • But when the Nazis came, those records were more than useful to identify.

  • The Jewish citizen recalls Internet company records, everything.

  • You can't make me steaks online.

  • And this happened even to celebrities.

  • Kevin Hart, the highest paid comedian in us, was pull out off the Oscar ceremony because three years fire.

  • He posted an insensitive comments about the rigidity community.

  • Nobody is off limits.

  • Another example.

  • Phrasebook knows how satisfied with your life you are, whether you are emotionally stable or not.

  • It even knows when your relationship is going south, and this is only based on the Data analytics off.

  • The lacks that you have clicked.

  • Come bridge Analytica influence elections because of the Facebook likes on the over ends.

  • Don't think that that I will understand you.

  • They know you, but they don't understand you, and this is how it works, you will go on a website really state website to buy a property in Dubai.

  • Then you will visit online in yon Injun online dating website.

  • And then you will go and play video games.

  • The data will deduct that you have a decent salary, that you can afford a house that your Indian, that you're single and that you're a geek.

  • That might be you.

  • But there is a chance that is not you.

  • Maybe you don't plan to buy a house.

  • Maybe you're just helping a friend.

  • Maybe you're not engine.

  • Maybe you're not even singer.

  • Your profile is based on assumption and the collection off.

  • Run them facts about you does not collect to affirm understanding off who you are.

  • So this leads to my question number four.

  • Why big Internet companies should don't collect that about me.

  • I'm going to give you a number.

  • 4.1 billion.

  • 4.1 billion.

  • Is the number off record compromised on Lee for the 1st 6 months off 2019.

  • A few months ago, the DNA service is testing my heritage.

  • Announced that hackers had reached more than 92 million of its account.

  • So if your potential disease becomes public.

  • Do you think you were getting health insurance?

  • One day you might apply for a loan and get rejected because deep in the corporate system there is a data about you that you might be likely to have Alzheimer and maybe die before you would repair the load.

  • So before you argue that you have nothing to hide, we thought privacy.

  • There is no freedom.

  • Privacy is your intimacy is when you can be yourself when you can be alone when you can be naked without being judged.

  • We trust Facebook.

  • Google Instagram with our data, and we have our lives and we don't have any second for using them.

  • We depends on those in the Internet companies, and our choice ability is impacted.

  • We have the choice to don't off a phone, but we would really make that choice.

  • We need Internet and phones to interact with overs, toe work with overs.

  • We don't have time to read the privacy agreements, so this leads to my final question.

  • Question number five.

  • What Sure you do.

  • Then you can stop a limit.

  • Your social sharing stopped posting on Facebook.

  • Twitter instagram until our privacy right off we protected and regulated.

  • Stop putting putting picture off your holidays that can tell so much about your agenda and can become dangerous for your physical security.

  • Don't forget that everything you do online is recorded your tweets off public property.

  • If you wear assist and you change your political call view, it's recorded.

  • Stop putting your real name online everywhere.

  • Last time I was on a train to normal tea and I was looking for WiFi and I realized that the passenger next to me put her real name on the old spot.

  • It took me three seconds to google her name and find Burlington all instagram, our job, our name, our friends, our city.

  • Three seconds.

  • That's the perfect way to initiate the curiosity of a stalker chose because she put a real name on the odd spot.

  • Stop using search engine, which doesn't respect your privacy rights.

  • Every time you go on the website, check if the old Web truckers I would like Apple and Google to label when they're using Fail Party truckers.

  • I know the value of that, and I don't want mine in any end where it doesn't need to be.

  • I think It's good that people are critical to world government, but it should be the same.

  • The world's big Internet companies, Edward Snowden said.

  • All giving that you don't care to the right to privacy because you have nothing to hide is no difference than saying You don't care about free speech because you have nothing to say.

  • And I agree.

  • Even he probably he probably dislikes me.

  • Um, without privacy, You can't be Ava as you want to be eight and be yourself.

  • So let's fight for our privacy, right?

  • Let's make Internet safer.

  • Let's ask for more transparency.

  • I want to know which data is collected about me and what they're used for.

  • Let's find the right balance between privacy and safety and keep using those Internet service is After I read this talk to my friends, he told me that e understand fully the importance off data in privacy, but he would not change his behavior online.

  • I told him that this talk is for people like him were who, paradoxically understand the importance of privacy.

  • But we not change this their behavior, and we stay blind about the situation.

  • So if you feel that you're like him, please at least change your password every three months.

  • Thank you.

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