No one seems to care about privacy at all.
But this is a really important question.
Take the one in Tianjin whose privacy was leaked last time. He said in an interview that his mobile phone number kept ringing.
Kind sympathy, not polite to ask him where his family live, and full of malicious, come up is language attack.
Have you seen the malicious behavior of weibo users towards strangers?
Can you imagine your phone being known by a group of people who are trying to call you back?
Tianjin at that time, has not reached the point of national heat transmission.And if privacy leaks, as they did in Shanghai last time, or if they reveal information, as they did in Chengdu this time, then you’re going to face a lot more hostility from strangers.
I don’t know how many people add to their WeChats, call them on the phone, send them harassing messages, or there are some malicious people who intend to use this information to commit crimes of fraud…
If I put it on myself, I think I would break down.
Both COVID-19 patients and close contacts of COVID-19 patients are actually victims of the epidemic and are already in serious trouble.Now that the victims’ privacy has been leaked, it is hard to argue with them.
We need citizen information to fight the epidemic. I understand that.Ask for relevant information to make documents, I will absolutely cooperate.But the question is, how did this leak of classified information that was supposed to be used only for internal circulation?Why is it everywhere?
Such a thing, and how to prevent the future?
Why would Shanghai make a mistake and Tianjin make a mistake and tianjin make a mistake.
When is the end of this kind of privacy leakage?
And we can actually think about what that might look like.
Maybe someone at the hospital or at the CENTERS for Disease Control was asked by a friend or relative about the new infection.TA also happened to have this document in hand, so without thinking, he sent out this document full of other people’s private information.
Or a staff member who wants to send the document to the people closest to him or her, with the instruction, “Absolutely not.”
The person who leaked it probably meant no harm, just wanted to remind family and friends.
The person who retweeted it didn’t think much about it, just wanted to share it with everyone in the group.
As a result, the information was leaked.