"I believe that if there is a problem, there must be a solution too. Now the problem statement is – you have a mobile phone in hand and it has got stolen. You had taken some photographs in that phone and they reach some wrong hands. If these photographs and information are not much of importance to you then it is absolutely ok. But if the information in the phone is something confidential which cannot be shared with everybody, the first question that should arise is that the person who gets the phone, can he get access to the data available in the phone. Even if he is able to access that data, is there any possibility that he might misuse that sensitive data. Now you cannot go to CBI or the government and say that your phone is stolen and that they are responsible for the theft. This may not happen with all of us but I would like to address specially the teenagers who have just got a mobile phone as gift from their parents. They would surely want to show how tech-savvy they are and so will download apps, take videos & selfies and upload them wherever possible for others to see. But what they don’t understand is that each of this information is so important that tomorrow if any of their personal details are misused, they can be harmed. Even before considering any law of this land, it should be the foremost responsibility of us individuals of how we treat our own personal details – of what to post and what not to post, how much of our life needs to be made public and so on.”
Chief Innovation Officer, C-Zentrix
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