I’m a millennial.
I grew up in an age of social media.
And that’s where my personal information is at risk.
I’m an individual with unique interests and needs that may have impacted my life.
It could be the person you love and want to spend time with, or the person who is likely to cause you problems, but it could also be something completely unrelated.
What should I do if I think someone has my personal info?
Here’s a checklist to help you understand the risks.
You have the right to keep and use your personal data.
The government has the authority to keep certain information for as long as it wants to, including to fight terrorism.
You have the same right to access that data.
But you should know that your data could be used in ways that you don’t want it to be used.
If your personal details are used for a purpose other than the purpose for which they were collected, you may have a case for privacy breach.
And if you’re a business, you have to think carefully about how you store your personal info.
If you store the data in a database, you can’t get it back.
If it’s stored in an online service, you could be violating copyright laws.
And you can never trust a business with your personal files.
Your information could end up on a blacklist.