Protecting your Data from being slurped up!

How to protect your data from what the The Guardian calls as ‘US border agents are doing ‘digital strip searches’?

The only way I think this is possible in a fool-proof way in the near future is that every has to absolutely implement a two-factor-DDA-authentication. There is not better #security today – period! There ain’t no stinking #AI, #RNN, #DNN, or Boltzmann machine in the world, or #Quantum computer worth its #quibits which can crack this – at least not in the near future.

And of course, when you have friends and family involved, the group authentication is a sure-fire way to stop anyone snooping in. #security

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