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How to handle personally identifiable information (PII) 

1. Don't collect PII
2. Don't store PII
3. Don't share PII

If you cannot avoid handling PII in the first place, here's what you should do instead.

1. Don't collect PII you don't need.
2. Don't store PII longer than necessary.
3. Don't share PII with people or organizations who cannot prove a need to know.

Data isn't the new oil. It's the new weapons-grade plutonium. It's best to avoid making it. If you can't avoid making it, contain it.

How to handle personally identifiable information (PII) 

@starbreaker Hear, hear.

How to handle personally identifiable information (PII) 

@starbreaker

Weapons-grade plutonium I at least know how to convert to constructive uses!

N.B. The USA signed an agreement with Russia to put a large quantity of Pu from decommissioned weapons beyond military use. The Russians turned it into fuel for their BN-800 power reactor. The USA built a facility for turning it into reactor fuel, but never followed through.

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