If this is the beginning of the end of the dollar hegemony, only freedom and innovation will be our true savior.
Tag: Ann Cavoukian
In the last two years, this false premise of superior knowledge as the rationale for governing institutions being able to extensively mandate in a variety of areas has been brought to light and challenged.
Enough is enough
For more than 10,000 years prior to the invasions of what was then Europe, by barbarians from the north and south (and their societal structure of domination), societies innovated and flourished without any coercive governments.
Liberal democracy – an oxymoron
Some may argue that the pandemic was a once-in-a-century emergency that justified authoritarian methods to keep society safe. With due respect, this is nonsense.
If you’ve so much as left your house during the two years of the pandemic, the Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC) knows about it.
“We are simply not at the point of understanding how this data was collected, whether it was properly de-identified, what the risks of re-identification are and why the Privacy Commissioner was not involved in the process.”
The ArriveCAN app is in play at Canada’s border points and knows you’re coming before you get there. But did you know this? Former Ontario privacy commissioner, Ann Cavoukian, now executive director at Global Privacy & Security by Design Centre, says “awareness of data collection practices and obtaining the consent of the individual are essential to preserving privacy.”
Privacy forms the foundation of our freedom. You cannot have freedom in society without a solid foundation of privacy.
Rise up: Freedom must prevail!
Freedom requires privacy and a social structure, which promotes non-aggression, which in turn requires the freedom to implement the necessary competitive structures to accomplish this.
A path through difficult times
By Ann Cavoukian Whether it be the pandemic, the ensuing rise in authoritarianism, health-related issues or the evolving culture, in my interactions with people, I notice far more who are now experiencing what used to be called a “mid-life crisis,” but now some are as young as in their 30’s! When I experienced this decades […]