… about Tom Hardy’s interview and privacy consideration

Reading what is written in the article from which we take inspiration (see below), the statements by Mr. Tom Hardy it’s very interesting but, above all, alarming.
The disappointment that he states concerning the use of tools for the acquisition of photos and videos used in an indiscriminate way and detrimental to privacy, from strangers he meets in the area where he lives, deserve a deep reflection.

Despite being a famous and respected actor, he is a man who has the right to protect his intimacy and the privacy of his family.

Mr. Tom Hardy has all the right to live in his city, in his neighbourhood like all individuals, he would like to have serenity for his son, he would like no one try scan his face, tag and publish the biometric data of his family’s faces, or geolocate them. As he says, comparing modern mobile devices in real weapons, means anyone today, without a license and or authorization, can as well as produce photos, even publish them, spread them online without a consent or authorization, so at the end, anyone without any responsibility, with impunity, can violate the privacy of another individual, that is, he can commit a crime.

“We’re all paparazzi!”
Today, with the current technology, any individual can be the author of an act against a human right, simply by taking and posting a photo. With a simple click, a person can destroy a right of others at any time with a voluntary and superficial behaviour.

“The new digital devices are real weapons against human rights. “Privacy’s mass destruction’s weapons”

All this happens because there is no truly universally recognized protection of digital rights to guarantee the confidentiality of individuals originally (by default) of both software and hardware of all products marketed, transforming devices such as Smart-phones or Smart- cam in real potential weapons against the rights of individuals.

“We are all famous”
Privacy is an inalienable right of individuals, sanctioned as fundamental right of human beings, as civil and political right, as well as the life’s right, the right to health, to vote, freedom and the right to speak, but, this precious right today is in the hands of the current unregulated technology, moreover, completely out of control, managed autonomously and arbitrarily by private companies, which have built an environment consisting of self-managed containers exclusively for their own interests, commodifying the individual and turning it into an acquirer and data actuator and then, later, a simple product to be monetized.

A lesson in how protective Tom Hardy is of his children: ‘I will beat the f**king s**t out of you’
Tuesday 7 Aug 2018

Tom Hardy is a man of mystery. Well, sort of. But while he is keen to keen his private life just that, you better bet when it comes to his children, he keeps that on lock down, as he explained to Esquire UK recently.

The 40-year-old action man has 10-year-old son with ex-girlfriend Rachael Speed and a two-year-old with his actress wife Charlotte Riley – and it’s been reported Charlotte is pregnant with the couple’s second child.

While the Venom star – who just finished filming the comic’s big screen incarnation – admitted he is fine with people snapping pictures of him and his wife, when it comes to his kids cameras are a no go zone.

Also speaking to the US version of the magazine he said: ‘If someone takes a photo of my kids, all bets are off. I will take the camera off you and beat the fucking shit out of you.

He added back home on UK soil:
‘It’s like spotting a giraffe walking down the street. I get it. I can see people’s behaviour, I can see when a camera’s coming, I can see when a phone is moving, I can see people’s body language. There is no difference between that and a weapon.
The hyper-vigilance. It’s just odd. But [pictures of my] kids are a fucking no.
They really are. And that’s what really bothers me, and it will fast-track me immediately to respond like any father in any situation, regardless of where they come from and what they’ve been through.’

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