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This brave new, digitally-connected world that has blown up the barriers between our public and private selves. Privacy whether physical or online, is regarded as a fundamental human right. However, there are limits to how much candour we can take or expect. Moreover, with the exception of those in the most intimate parts of our life, people don’t really want to know everything that others think about them, not even do they want to tell everything they think about others, or share it. A certain amount of artifice is necessary if we’re all going to get through the day.
However, it feels as though those limits are being constantly breached, either voluntarily, accidentally, by force or by cunning. With blogs, tweets, webcams, Facebook and YouTube, there is always a mic or camera somewhere and it is always running. Our personal diaries have become an open book. We all know, in theory, that all these organizations are collecting information on us, and even that they’re using it, ostensibly to “help” serve us better. Again, in theory, we’ve given permission for them to collect and use our information and in some cases, to even sell or share it with other organizations, with whom we may have no other relationship, and these are law enforcement agencies or well known, usually publicly traded companies we’re electing to get services from. There’s a whole world of hackers and cyber criminals who are after our data, for fun or for-profit, and they’re pretty damn good at getting it.
Same thing happened in the past days, when Facebook a well-known social media platform failed to keep their clients data secure. Moreover, apologizing on national TV and rolling out new privacy policies. In a call with reporters Wednesday, Zuckerberg acknowledged he made a “huge mistake” in failing to take a broad enough view of what Facebook’s responsibility is in the world. However, for this reason many countries are trying to make their new data protection regulations, EU is one of them they have passed new regulations for data privacy. The new European Union General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is set to replace the Data Protection Directive (Directive 95/46/EC) effective May 25, 2018. The GDPR is the latest step in the ongoing global recognition of the value and importance of personal information.
Moreover other countries are still working for their Data Protection Regulations, therefore the people and the organizations working in those countries must be panic in order to make their data secure, for them Relliks Systems has find a way. We can help organisations to keep their data safe by using an application name as LinkedToWork. This application has a feature that would give you a security for your data. Moreover, we have many other solutions to this problem for details contact us by leaving your email Id and name in the comment box below. We will be get back to you shortly.