Dig Deeper Into Data Protection

[insights] Posted by lemur47 on 1 September 2023

Now we're being asked by True Source to look at the big picture, not from a bird's eye view, but from a galactic one. To do that, we have to throw away what we currently have.

As of today, 1 September 2023, a new data protection law has come into force under Swiss law. It's called the Federal Act on Data Protection (FADP) and I've asked You.com to summarise what the FADP is in bullet points as follows.

Summary of FADP Features:

  • FADP stands for the Federal Act on Data Protection, which is the data protection law in Switzerland.
  • FADP shares similarities with other data protection laws such as the GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) in the EU and the CCPA (California Consumer Privacy Act) in California.
  • FADP, GDPR, and CCPA have the common goal of protecting individuals' personal data and regulating its processing.
  • FADP applies to the processing of personal data in Switzerland, while the GDPR applies to the processing of personal data in the EU member states and the CCPA applies to the processing of personal data in California.
  • Key features of FADP include:
    • Consent: FADP requires obtaining the individual's informed consent before processing their personal data.
    • Data Subject Rights: FADP grants individuals rights such as the right to access, rectify, and delete their personal data.
    • Data Breach Notification: FADP mandates the notification of data breaches to the relevant authority and affected individuals.
    • Data Transfer: FADP regulates the transfer of personal data outside of Switzerland.
  • Compared to the GDPR and CCPA, FADP may have some differences in specific requirements and scope of application.

To scan the differences between FADP and GDPR, you can refer to the document in iubenda. And for more details, OneTrust (DataGuidance™) provides more comprehensive information.

Freedom and truth

At this point, Ethical Works would like to add more insights into the privacy and security situation. In a broader context, it naturally connects to our sovereignty and freedom. And the global view and goals also pertains to both you and the world at the same time.

Every government and every organisation wants to set the rules to justify their actions in advance for this international warfare, including censorship, but I think it's hard to solve problems that way.

Every law is aimed at preventing you from being identified by the data that companies collect, but the real problem (the root cause) isn't there. It's very important for us to be protected by laws, but that's not the point. The point is 2 things - platform and maturity.

  • We need to become aware that we've been administrated by the rulers and their human reps without proper consent, and they've controlled and manipulated us like their livestock or portfolio.
  • We need to grow up with self-discipline, self-governance and self-organisation by applying the basic principles of this universe - coexistence and co-creation in sovereignty and freedom.

In terms of genetic and biometric data, which is closely related to the genetic mind, specificity doesn't mean anything. It's actually important in both evolution and manipulation, but the comprehensive data with probability and statistics is more important to the entities that want to own the planet.

Looking at the situation from the outside of the platform, which is an international infrastructure of human livestock, this is an information war that has come about for several reasons.


One of the main reasons is rebound. But this rebound is happening within the platform of the dichotomous infrastructure, and we're always swinging between the 2 polarities - good and bad, right and wrong, spiritual and physical, coast to coast, side to side, looking like someone's mitochondria.

It's time to throw away the outdated rules that someone else created. The stricter the rules, the less mature we're. And based on the fundamental principles, we can naturally create boundaries and isolate those things and entities that keep us from sovereignty and freedom.

To make this possible, we have to stop clinging to what we currently have. Things include our belief systems, strict rules, dogmatic notions, attitudes that externalise responsibility, behaviour of positive paranoia, state of bliss junkie, spiritual 'entertainment' illusion and collective 'pleasure' delusion.

As I wrote in the previous insight, add-more-rules-and-tools keeps creating very complex, strict, supermassive and vulnerable systems. And the systems keep creating hard-to-detect problems. If we don't stop what we're doing, controllable resistance will continue to be born, swinging like a fool in the dichotomous infrastructure.

Focusing on interfaces is actually effective in partially upgrading systems, but in this case we're being asked by the universe to look at the big picture not from a bird's eye view, but from a galactic one.

This is exactly what True Source has been nudging us to do from our deepest consciousness.