The one thing all of the worlds largest technology company’s or organisations that use or host your data have in common is that none of them can guarantee you data is safe, secure and private.
A quick search reveals this.
And even if they offer encryption and state of the art security why would you want them handling your private and personal data in the first place?
54,604 the number of full-time Google employees.
80,000 the number of full-time Apple employees.
12,691 the number of full-time employees at Facebook.
I wonder how many of these employees have access to your personal and private data? Tens of thousands? Hundreds of thousands? Millions maybe?
Singapore, Finland, Belgium, Taiwan, Ireland, Netherlands, Sweden, Germany, Hong Kong, Japan these are just some of the countries which host your personal and private data.
How many third parties have access to these servers?
I wonder how long it will be before the public begin demanding these firms use technology like SAFE in order to secure their personal and private information?
The new Internet is making the technology that secures peoples privacy and data by the companies they choose to deal with just as valuable as the technology that the delivers the service in the first place.
Will we see any of the big companies switch, will we see them offer their own solutions or will new SAFE competitors come along?