You have the right to live life without being watched, packaged, and sold.
The original promise of the Internet was to democratize information. Decades later, that promise has been corrupted by a vast network of big tech companies, advertisers, data brokers, governments, and more. The information economy has become the surveillance economy.
Silicon Valley has grown rich and powerful by collecting and selling your personal information. You ask for directions, and they tell businesses where you are. You enter your birthday, and they try to get your friends to buy you presents. Beyond the big guys, countless “little brothers” you’ve never even heard of are trading the personal data that you assume is private. Even supposed privacy extensions and secure VPNs are often in the business of selling your information themselves.
With every post, click, and purchase, you have become the product. You didn’t agree to this.