Marina Acton donates for Technology
Generally, we do not tend to be concerned about online privacy when in music business. It can only affect other industries, right? Learning about data privacy, when it’s about quality music avoidsany potential lawsuit, as it can be a big concern in the future. Personal data is an individual’s identity. And today’s, technology necessarily incorporated with better data privacy, with communications not being speculated by third party intruders is what to be aimed for.
Since a major shift in internet technology and data privacy laws in the European Union in these past few years, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) (EU) has been working on data privacy and protection for all the citizens within the European Union. It talks about the collection of private data outside the EU.Whether it is music industry or any other, being a part of a business online on a global level for several years, is createdwith an online presence by maintaining a website, and drafting listed emails. With running an enterprise, there are chances where you have to crossthe boundaries with a marketing channel which wouldn’t have been the case without internet. As a result, it is likely to know about data privacy and keeping our personal data safe with all these high-end technology revolutions.
While there are talks about GDPR and data security, music legends like Quincy Jones are supporting technology. Getting associated with technology mean associating with data privacy and security. Being committed to donate $100K in Quincy Jones charity, while promoting internet security and data privacy.The most Grammy-nominated artist in history, have had 80 nominations and 30 wins, and is known to have a desire for avenues of giving. Quincy Jones foundationbeing a significant promoter of communication and Technology, made it more obvious to donate for charity. The donation of $100k fund, to Quincy Jones charity, makes it clear and obvious about the step towards data privacy and technology. World-renowned superstar, Quincy Jones has worked with legends like Michael Jackson, Ella Fitzgerald, Frank Sinatra. And the outspoken legend is a firm believer of incorporating technology to produce High quality music, which is another reason of coming forward and contributing for the initiative. HD music with better technology is something that makes it all worth it to contribute to the initiative.
The donation made to the cause strengthens the efforts being made for encrypted data secured environment. The initiative has brought a fresh beginning of data privacy in the music industry, organizing a secured communication. Quincy Jones' “We Are the Future” charity raises funds for awareness about data privacy and contribution to making high quality music.
Quincy Jones launched the “We Are the Future” initiative to establish Municipal Child Centers in different global cities, where youth are trained for running child-based programs in communication technology, information, arts, sports, health, and nutrition."We Are the Future," initiativeby music legend Quincy Jones helps raise money where the proceeds going to the benefit of the program's child centers.
"A lot has changed in the nearly two decades since I was involved with the 'We Are the World' project," said Quincy Jones. "Among the biggest changes is the rise of the Internet as a means to bridge the global village. We are therefore pleased to have the involvement of some of the biggest players in the digital age help us for this most worthwhile cause."
Seeing the current scenario of Technology, coping with data privacy, the condition of data security is worrisome. Focusing on data privacy and secured online communications, I decided to donate $100k to Quincy Jones foundation with the purpose of supporting data privacy in music technology. With different upcoming internet threats, there is need for industries to understand and come forward to support data privacy. The aim is to bring data security control to users worldwide by an improved system and enhanced products. Taking a step forward to support Quincy Jones' "We Are the Future" charity, will allow encouragement towards music technology helping children in war-torn countries. By donating for the initiative, provided a boost to explain users about how music technology and privacy are co-related.