About Sesame Service Agreement, the two most discussed are: the default check the font is too small, the background is cluttered, too easy to ignore, I feel like a "pit"; do not accept the agreement can also view some of the bills, why To set the agreement, which is not sesame credit in the excessive collection of information, personal privacy has been violated? In most users' minds, it seems that the Sesame Service Agreement's collection and use of personal information has gone beyond the reasonable need to view credit statements.
In the era of big data, personal information is the source of value for the enterprise, but the enterprise "soliciting" the user's personal data should adhere to the principle of legality, legitimacy and necessity. In recent years, the government, enterprises and other levels have increased personal data protection. Enterprises to use personal data to be authorized by the user approach has become the basic legal requirements, but also generally followed by the industry. At the same time, similar to the default check the "smart" type to sign, but also in the industry are not uncommon. This behavior will lead to the expansion of user data risk exposure, rights and interests impaired.
In the protection of user information on this issue, not tolerate the slightest vague. The minimum risk control of the data is the inevitable requirement that the user authorizes the personal information to the enterprise, and no enterprise should ignore the user's data security for the pursuit of interests. Business users to ask for information must be open and upright, strict compliance with the obligation to inform.
In the social environment and legal environment where personal information protection is still relatively extensive, the leading enterprises in the industry should take the lead in setting examples, have more standardized standards, provide clearer guidance and regulate the access to and use of information. The application of relevant laws should also be more targeted and more restrictive to excessive "solicitation" of personal information.access: