Data cooperatives can solve our privacy deficit and other problems


In a recent interview with WikiTribune, Andy Yen, chief executive of ProtonMail, explained that we have to take care of our own privacy. But there is another relatively simple and cheap solution that governments can use to guarantee not only a privacy level chosen by its citizens but also the income that is attached to citizens data.

This is achieved by establishing called data-cooperatives and is explained here.

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