Privacy expert Ryan Calo, a law professor at the University of Washington, expressed a certain degree of skepticism in an interview with Mashable: "A small error could invalidate whoever's using it, right?
" While there are indeed hurdles to ensure the accuracy of the chatbot, the Do Not Pay chatbot clearly provides an outlet for the outrage that people feel with the Equifax data breach—a hacking that impacted people that had absolutely no association with the credit reporting agency.
"As long as impunity for corporations and their executives is the norm, data breaches will continue to happen.
Pucker up to your technology and get down with a robot.
Given the potential lax data security that Equifax employed, you may not feel a sense of trust towards the company. The legal process, however, is often convoluted and has an expensive barrier to entry (see Lawyer Fees).
The Do Not Pay chatbot, however, is hoping to change this by streamlining the process for people looking to sue Equifax in small-claims court at the state level.
If you’re so connected to your online relationships that you quiver with anticipation every time your phone pings or vibrates, then this is for you.
Facebook is working to satisfy technolust with a “full sensory and emotional experience”, according to Mark Zuckerberg, who says he wants technology developed so “anyone can experience anything,” including virtual reality hook-ups with steamy sigh-ber “lovers” programmed to give continuous sexual pleasure.In other words, there were no precautions that a citizen should have done (i.e.complicated and unique passwords) in order to protect their data.The chatbots would be programmed to remember everything the human lover has said and done so that it can recall and respond appropriately – or inappropriately – whichever you wish.It’s the next logical step up from blow-up dolls and Japan’s expensive silicone wives for rent. In , the villain puts Jane Fonda into his “Excessive Stimulator” machine to torture her with pleasure.With upwards of 143 million Americans affected by the hacking, calling it a "massive data breach" still seems like an understatement.