Private companies call it data collection. We call it surveillance.
Cambridge-Analytica was a symptom of a much larger issue – for years corporations, governments and wireless operators (what we call “Big Data”) have been siphoning off our information and selling it under the table. Every location, every purchase, every click.
Your tape over your laptop camera, you joke that your phone is listening to you. But do you know what’s really happening behind your screen?
The intimate details of you lives are collected and stored in data files. Insurance companies buy our data to set premiums. Banks use it to judge our creditworthiness. We’ve even seen our information be exploited to swing elections.
They think that by tracking us across our devices, they can predict our next moves. It’s time to change the game.
Volta gives you the ability to take back control of your personal information.
With our blend of technology and services, you you will have the power to protect yourself from Big Data.