Commentary on the new privacy policy: for you is not a reason for over collecting information.

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 Commentary on the new privacy policy: for you is not a reason for over collecting information.


Yu Ming Hui These two days open to know APP, you may be prompted by the pop-up window to know the privacy policy. Through the introduction of the key points of privacy policy and the 11 section terms, we know how to deal with the users personal information one by one and affirm the commitment to protect the privacy of the user. For users, knowing the privacy policy on line should be a good thing, but it has caused a lot of controversy. Why do we need to collect so many personal information when there are queries from users? If you dont agree with your privacy policy, you cant continue to use it. (April 30th Southern Metropolis Daily) It is reported that the privacy protection protocol has only two options known as consent and disagreement, only when the user clicks on consent to continue to use it. As we all know, our network security law and relevant provisions are clear, and network operators collect and use personal information, should follow the legal, legitimate, necessary principles, and must be agreed by the collector; network operators can not collect personal information that is not related to the services they provide, and may not be deceived, misleading, or coercion. Collection or use of information in violation of laws, administrative regulations and agreements between the two parties. But according to the latest privacy policy, if it agrees with its terms, it will gather privacy information such as user name, sex, age, photo or video of personal data, ID number, phone number, e-mail, social account, authentication information, location information and log information. The answer is to provide personalized services, help to design new services, improve the existing service experience, and in providing services, for authentication, customer service, security prevention, fraud monitoring, archiving and backup purposes, to ensure the security of the products and services provided to the user. In addition, there are precise delivery of product and service information and advertising. In a word, its for you. In spite of this, it is not clear that it is necessary, justifiable, reasonable, and so on to collect users privacy. The question is, in the face of so many clear legal provisions, including the relevant network service providers, why do you dare to excessively collect user privacy information? According to the relevant laws and regulations, violating the necessary, legitimate and reasonable limits to collect and infringe personal privacy information, it will be ordered to correct, give warning, fines and other penalties. But in reality, there are few heavy penalties for such problems. Taking fines as an example, the maximum limit is 50 thousand yuan for individuals and no more than 1 million yuan for enterprises. This is just a drop in the bucket compared with the real benefits that the actual violators can get. The lack of necessary illegal costs will naturally prevent legal offenders from deterring the law. On the other hand, although the current law stipulates that network operators collect personal information, we should follow the principles of proper and necessary, and agree with the collector, but what is justifiable, necessary and consent is not clearly defined, which provides a space for some ulterior motives. Obviously, we need to protect users privacy effectively, and require relevant parties to act positively and work together to cope with them. For example, strengthening the enforcement of law, strictly investigating and investigating illegal operators in accordance with the law; for example, to further amend and improve the personal privacy protection regulations and increase the punishment; and again, how to collect personal information for network operators is justified and necessary through the form of interpretation, repair or improvement of the rules of the industry. We should clearly define the consent and so on, and squeeze and eliminate the ambiguous operation space. Source: Justice Net - prosecutor daily editor: Wang Fengzhi _NT2541 On the other hand, although the current law stipulates that network operators collect personal information, we should follow the principles of proper and necessary, and agree with the collector, but what is justifiable, necessary and consent is not clearly defined, which provides a space for some ulterior motives.