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A New Web Data Management Strategy

It occurred to me that if I have a tool to manage tracking and another for invasive ads, then why can't I have even more tools to augment what I already have to provide a safer, more productive experience. I tried to establish what tools are necessary and whether or not they currently exist. I did my best to arrange them in a hierarchy.

Number Protection Type What Problem Does It Solve?
1 Protection Content Filtering (blocking access to unsafe content)
2 Authorization Access Control (for your eyes only)
3 Privacy (Without) Encryption (protection from snoopers)
4 Privacy (Within) Tracking (protection from espionage)
5 Integrity Hashing (data sent is data received)
6 Accuracy Content Filtering (warn on fake news)
7 Quality Content Rating (content is good for consumer)
8 Curation Relevance (content is useful for a specific consumer)

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