To forefront the nature of technology being psychological ethical
Dear Madam or Sir,
My name is Gabriel Brodowski, I've made a few sites in my time, non have ever really taken off but the first I ever made was a games directory, it didn't break the schools policy on having games embedded in it so it actually didn't do too bad at my school. I'm from Weymouth, Dorset and it's a seaside town where the seagulls get well fed and the dock workers get well drunk.
I’m petitioning for you sincerely to read my written thoughts:
Technology, it’s brilliant! I am infatuated and dependent on social media and other technological applications such as music apps, games and productivity apps but it is hindering us; the specific you, us or one. It’s not technology’s fault. It’s not our fault. The rush of pushing for more ‘magic’, marvel and innovation has caused us all, including me to annoyingly lose sight of one thing:
Privacy policies (the nature with which one’s data is owned by not one).
Terms and Conditions (the rights we lose to licenses).
Terms of Service (the nature of technology’s servitude).
These documents tell us what is going on, I’ve read my fair share and what they don’t do is tell us the full story.
One solution to this is to publicise what technological providers are doing with our data and our products (in it’s fullest extent) on an informative and communicative level that is easy to understand by us all.
The lack of this is stopping a fundamental ethic of our psychology.
The mental of the mass, plateaued by the fearing nature of lack of informative class, in information and data, technology needs to shape up.
Magic is not powerful, it’s dangerous to our health; for not knowing causes disturbance to our own resolves.
Available, public and provided knowledge is an ethical informative basis required by modern society for its stable progression.
I want a society where we are not implicitly fearful of what - OUR product that WE bought does. The very fact that we are not informed of what our stuff does is disturbing. Luckily, just one step further, what data that is out there is ethically secured by the software company that installed their version on the device. In other words; before someone wants to play a software prank on us they go through the big boys at first port of call. Please take a breather, this is a very stressful topic but human time, our time will prevail.
What I want is what I think we all want, and to expand and sum it up in conclusion:
A solid healthy mind in solidarity with the beautiful technologies that have just missed the important click of transparency.
To resolve please allow me to gesticulate in the written word form:
As much as I love dogs I am not one, but I certainly don’t want to sit and let technology take my data so it can provide me with a good experience, not pay for the data I am an important instigator of and sell the data to someone else who does the same until Dodgy Person number 1’s goldfish hates him enough to make his attitude towards the world become pessimistic and in doing so, eventually do something wrong.
So here we are… and it comes down to these three:
- Data Security
- True Data Ownership
If all follow ethical standpoints, we will have saved the ever important psyche and can maybe more easily focus on other matters such as World peace amongst other ethics.
Yours sincerely with all the best intentions,