“An Incomprehensible Disaster” - Privacy Policies on the Internet
Article: NYT “We Read 150 Privacy Policies. They Were an Incomprehensible Disaster.” #
“[…] they’re verbose and full of legal jargon — and opaquely establish companies’ justifications for collecting and selling your data. The data market has become the engine of the internet […]”
This was a fascinating read, illustrated with a number of animated charts that reveal just how bad the situation has become with privacy policies.
We’re conditioned to not read them, to accept them without consideration, is that the way it should be? We don’t think so, especially with financial information.
One of the reasons we started Quanta was to build a financial company that puts its users first and one of the ways we do this is by designing our systems to protect the privacy and security of your information.
And the other is an equally easy to read introduction to privacy and security at Quanta.
We’re dealing with your financial information and you want to know how safe it is with us. Quanta has been designed from the beginning to provide you with the greatest possible confidence in using our product.
As always - please feel free to send questions and comments to firstname.lastname@example.org or message us on Twitter.
Thomas, Team Quanta