Generally the privacy laws are strong. If anything, in some places they are too harsh and many companies are using the excuse of GDPR, even though GDPR no longer applies, to share with people data they have a right to. Companies are lazy on data subjects rights and use GDPR to not provide information, hoping the person does not understand their right. Every company must be able to show data subjects where they have gotten data from and if not they will receive very high fines. NONPOL would educate everyone, especially in schools, their data rights and companies creating hurdles to people rights would be sanctioned.
The biggest issue with personal data is that scammers are now using data privacy laws to gather infoirmation; for example, they can call saying they are your bank and that they have to take you through security, then when you give all your data away the line mysteriously drops. NONPOL would increase it efforts to identify scammers as well as spammers and increase the penalties so that all offenders would be incaserated for at least 6 months. We believe the deterent has to be there to stop abusers of the system. We would work with countries that have high levels of scamming, such a Nigeria, and unless there is cooperation or harsh penalties for their scammers, we would apply sanctions to that region. NONPOL would set up a new division that worked full-time, with access to deep resources, to stop the public from being scammed or hacked. We would also name and shame the scammers to make local societies aware of them, like the sex offence register. Any person incarserated would loose all their privacy rights and pay back any monies their victims have lost. Where the money has gone missing the jail term would be extended.