At what point does the trade-off between transparency and privacy become detrimental? How do we find a balance?

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At what point does the trade-off between transparency and privacy become detrimental? How do we find a balance?

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  1. The trade off between privacy and transparency becomes detrimental when we are forced to share information. For example, google, without our permission, collects and sells our search history in the open market. To strike a balance, it should be a mandate for the user to be given a choice, and that choice should be well respected.

  2. The trade-off between transparency and privacy becomes detrimental when we provide all our private data without thinking about the consequences that come with that choice. We can find a balance by limiting the amount of data that we provide to companies and websites .

  3. The trade off between privacy and transparency becomes detrimental when we are asked to share information without a choice. It could be balanced by having an option of each website of filling details or not. But we should still be able to access the site.

  4. Striking a balance between the conflicting imperatives of transparency and privacy will never be easy. We can find a balance by sharing just limited data instead of everyhting.

  5. The trade-off between transparency and privacy becomes detrimental when we provide all our private and personal data without thinking about the ramifications. We can find a balance by giving only limited data and not all the data.

  6. The point that we are giving our full info is detrimental.To find the balance we can find the balance by not revealing our full info