S3Ep11: Law 2.0: Solving problems
Updated: Oct 11, 2021
The first step to overcoming any challenge is to understand what that challenge is. When it comes to dispute resolution, humans often get more caught up in who is at fault instead. Maybe when the world of collaboration was smaller, this helped narrow down the ‘why’ of the problem and highlight potential areas to investigate. The why of the problem, however, matters the most when we attempt to solve global human problems. This requires that both sides put their guard down and get their hands dirty in order to figure out the why and is the only way to solve the root cause of a problem rather than consistently putting a BandAid over it until it becomes an existential outcome! In today’s episode, we cover the everyday ramifications of outdated data protection rights and privacy laws as legal systems struggle to keep up with technology and how you can benefit from an upgrade in our laws to match the growing innovation in developing digital identities and digital worlds. Tune in today to learn more!
Key Points From This Episode:
How the legal system is too old, slow, and traditional to keep up with technology.
Where events like the launch of SpaceX and humanoid Tesla Bot leaves consumers.
The everyday ramifications of outdated data protection rights and privacy laws.
Viewing digital identity and data as intellectual property and treating them as such legally.
How the shift to legally owning your digital identity can impact you in your daily life.
How you can benefit from a legal upgrade to match growing digital innovation.
Three ways to implement these changes: join them, sue them, or switch from using them.
Why changing our digital habits is a highly effective instrument in affecting social change.
How we not only have the power to change laws but also the collective consumption power to influence voluntary change in corporate behavior.
“We have already been roommates with Siri and Alexa, and now, we are going to the next level. Are [privacy] rights, though? How about our laws?” — @baharansarilaw [0:03:54]
“It’s definitely time for an upgrade in our laws to match the growing innovation in developing digital identities and digital worlds.” — @baharansarilaw [0:06:42]
“We not only have the power to change the laws, we have the collective consumption power to influence voluntary change in corporate behavior.” — @baharansarilaw [0:10:10]