Robin Li's words, disgusting to hundreds of millions of Chinese
This Baidu PR: Alas, the boss said the wrong thing again.
When Facebook was celeded by its own leak of data on 50 million users, everyone realized that they couldn't protect their privacy at a time when the internet was so well developed.
Baidu founder Robin Li's remarks infuriated half the Chinese。
On March 26, the China High-Level Development Forum was held in Beijing. Robin Li, chairman and CEO of Baidu, delivered a speech on the theme of "The New Momentum of China's Economy".
Robin Li pointed out that Baidu will pay more attention to privacy issues at the time, and China is strengthening laws and regulations."I think Chinese can be more open, less sensitive to privacy issues, and if they're willing to exchange privacy for convenience, and in many cases they're willing to, then we can do something with data.”
As soon as the voice dropped, as soon as the report came out, it exploded on Weibo.
Countless netizens sent comments to spray him:
Why do netizens spray Robin Li's words so outragedly? Perhaps it is anachronistic for Robin Li to talk about Internet privacy. In recent years, several sensational network of user information leakage of large events, mostly and Baidu-related.
And every time there was a panic, and everyone was fighting the enemy.
Baidu family bucket, is the behavior of netizens jokingly called Baidu hooligans.
I do not know if you have a similar experience, when you install a Baidu software, it is likely to be bundled with Baidu security suites, such as Baidu Guardian, Baidu anti-virus, Baidu browser and so on.
"At the beginning for the next plug-in, hand cheap double-click into or the default installation of Baidu's things, the result ... Baidu software army 30 seconds later into the battlefield, 5 minutes my computer was attacked, the card out of the air"
"Last time I don't remember downloading something, bound Baidu Guardian,Unload it many times and you can't unload it!”
"Last Year's New Year anxious to grab tickets, Baidu a ticket-snatching software, download a look, I wipe, full of desktop icons ah! A variety of Baidu series, games, video, deleted and automatically installed..."
“In fact, Baidu's most cattle forced is not to install for you, but no matter what, you can not unload。”
Baidu this hooligan played, really dare not compliment ah.
In fact, as early as 2015, the Dark Cloud vulnerability platform has been exposed WrmHole vulnerability incident, of which Baidu dozens of products are on the list.
It is reported that wormHole vulnerability is located in the APP, the attacker can install these APP users' mobile phones remote silent installation application, remote launch of any application, remotely open any web page, remote silently add contacts, remotely obtain the user's GPS geolocation information / get IMEI information / install application information, remotely send any inent broadcast, remotely read write files and so on.
This vulnerability not only has very strong permissions, but also through the implantation of malware, resulting in the privacy and property damage of the attacker,The number of affected users is expected to reach 300 million。
“Chinese users are willing to swap privacy for efficiency。 "Yes, your Baidu family bucket is the most efficient.
"I am Wei Tracy's father Wei Haiquan, then West passed away at 8:17 this morning, my mother and I thank the vast number of friends for the love of Essie, I hope you love life, love life."
12, 2016, with the message, "How's Wei Tracy?" Below, a father writes about the departure of his 22-year-old son.
The deceased Wei Tracy was born in 1994 and was admitted to Xi'an University of Electronic Science and Technology in 2012 with outstanding results. Ranked in the top 15% of the class after entering the school.
Unexpectedly, the young teenager, who looked promising, was diagnosed with a glioblastoma in 2014.
This is a malignant soft tissue tumor, there is no effective treatment, and survival rate is very low. In the same year, Wei Tracy immediately took a break from school and embarked on a long road to healing.
Between May 20, 2014 and August 15, 2014, Wei Tracy did it in succession over a three-month period4 rounds of chemotherapy, 25 rounds of radiotherapy.
Endless illness and the pain of treatment afflicted the 22-year-old and the crumbling family behind him.
But even such torture has not had the desired effect.
After learning through Baidu search and CCTV that "the second hospital of the Beijing Armed Police Force", Wei Tracy's parents went to visit first.and was informed by the hospital's doctor surnamed Li that it could be treatedSo Wei Tracy began treatment four times in the second hospital of the Beijing General Brigade of the Armed Police.
Since September 2015, Wei has traveled to Beijing four times from Xianyang, Shaanxi Province, under the leadership of his parents. The four treatments cost the not-so-rich family more than $200,000 and almost wiped out the family.
But none of this has brought about the slightest turnaround.
On April 12, 2016, at 8:17 a.m., Wei Tracy died at his home in Xianyang at the age of 22.
After Wei's death, netizens found out what they thought was the greatest evil of human nature on February 26, 2016. answered.
In his reply, Wei Tracy wrote, "At that time, thinking, Baidu, Sanjia Hospital, CST, Stanford's technology, these should be no problem。”
But it was these seemingly "no problems" that eventually led to the summer end of this young and living life.
"In any case, the road has to go on, and there is hope to live." This sentence seems particularly ironic today.
That year Wei Essie's affair attracted national attention, people have accused Baidu in protecting users do not do enough, resulting in countless user victims of hospital pits.
Wei Tracy is not an example, he believes in Baidu's "convenience" and "efficiency", but put his life into it.
Also in the face of a huge public relations crisis, Facebook and Zuckerberg on the other side of the globe are worth learning from.
In contrast to Baidu, which has faced repeated questions and negative treatment after the storm, Facebook, which has been affected by user information leaks in recent days, has chosen to make a positive apology.
And bought a number of media full-page issued an apology letter.
Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook's founder and CEO, apologized Sunday for the company's "renegation" by advertising its entire page in newspapers such as the Observer, the New York Times, the Washington Post and the Wall Street Journal.
"We have a responsibility to protect your information. If you can't do that, you don't deserve (your trust),"
In an apology ad, Zuckerberg said the ad used plain text in black and white and had a small Facebook Logo.
The apology letter was issued in Zuckerberg's own tone and payments, not Facebook's public relations or legal departments. Many netizens said it reflected Zuckerberg and Facebook's willingness to take responsibility.
After Facebook ran a full-page ad in the British newspaper The Times on March 25, some people took photos and uploaded it to Twitter.
Although Facebook's share price has fallen 14 percent in a week as a result of the leaks, Zuckerberg's use of the wrong thing has saved many of the company's image.
Robin Li's speech caused such a big reaction that it might be important to say:People don't want to be represented by him.
Indeed, perhaps it is true that, as Mr Li says, many Chinese are sacrificing their privacy for more convenient services.
But a lot of Chinese have no other choice ah!
The internet-like information-gathering networks of big Internet companies have made everyone look like a "naked run".
They know every phone call you and your girlfriend make, every WeChat you talk about, even where you go to work every day, your home address, what you like best, what movies you've seen this month, how much you've spent this month, how much you've earned, how much money you owe. . .
The privacy-privacy horror society in Black Mirror has arrived. For all this, Chinese are well aware of it. But Chinese have no other choice.
So it's not that we don't care about privacy, it's that we don't have the ability to resist the little malice of these monopoly-level big Internet companies.
Finally post a statement from a classic English drama, you can understand why everyone is disgusted with today's Li Yanhong this sentence.
For Baidu, the priority is to respond positively to and remedy many of the events of the past, rather than to tell these "disturbing truths".
Because no one Chinese to live in a society where privacy is violated by big companies, right? Mr. Robin Li?
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