Moving fast and breaking things cost us our privacy and security

Denis Mars Contributor

Denis Mars is the CEO and co-founder of Proxy, which designs and builds privacy-first, human-led, identity technologies.

Over the years, I’ve had a front-row seat to the future of technology.

In my role at Y Combinator as director of admissions, I saw hundreds of startup pitches. Many shared a particular attribute: They followed the path of quickly growing users and monetizing the data extracted from the user.

As time went on, I began to see the full picture of what our technologies were creating: A “Minority Report” world where our every move is tracked and monetized. Some

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