On August 15, on ISC night talk, a talk show focusing on network security, Zhou Hongyi, chairman and CEO of 360 group, said when talking about the topic of personal privacy leakage, he should pay attention to whether the way Internet manufacturers collect and use user data is proper. “< p > < p > he said:” there are software that will turn on your camera or microphone, and when we are talking, it will secretly record, find some keywords, and try to match my interests tomorrow. I think you can record my speech, no problem, but you have to tell me not to turn on the microphone quietly In this regard, Zhou Hongyi’s view is: “we advocate that when you collect user data, can you really let users have the right to know and choose.” < p > < p > Zhou Hongyi pointed out that it is difficult to clearly define personal data and personal privacy. “It has become an objective fact that personal data can be given to manufacturers in exchange for Internet services.” What should be done is to ask manufacturers how to treat user data well. < / P > < p > “if handled well, I think it will protect the privacy of users. Everyone is happy. The data of ordinary people is hosted on the server of the manufacturer, and people can also get various free Internet services, and their own data has not been leaked.” Zhou Hongyi suggested that in the process of using Internet services, the ownership of data provided by users to Internet companies should be clearly defined as belonging to users. The data is only temporarily entrusted to the manufacturer and stored in the manufacturer’s server and database. When consumers no longer use the service, the Internet manufacturer should delete the user data, and the manufacturer has no right to resell the data.