I think the solution to data privacy is to require companies to provide the receipts of where they obtained the data. Know my age? I didn't tell you. You bought it? From whom? Follow up with them. No receipt? Fine paid directly to the individual. Make PII data property.
Court records for instance
Its not just data broker removals- Its alexa recordings, youtube search history, your mailing preferences, and like 9999 other things. Data brokers are just one part of it.
I enjoy the work we do but it also sucks having to do it. Each endpoint is its own challenge and doing something as simple as automating removal from one database can take days of a developers time. It will be a beautiful day when this stuff gets outlawed eventually.
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