Samson Anthony
4 min readJul 23, 2022


United Nations Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) 1948, Article 12, states inter alia: “No one shall be arbitrary interference with his privacy, family, home or correspondence, nor to attacks upon his honour and reputation. Everyone has the right to the protection of the law against such interference or attacks”.

The case of securing our privacy had been and still remains one of the major challenges we face globally. Infringement on individuals’ rights has become regular breaches of our common society. The most offenders include the governments, corporate bodies, business partners, parents, wards, families, friends, etc

As a matter of fact, privacy abuse is the worst and most demeaning abuses that subjects mankind to ridicule and abrasion. Throwing out private/creative contents open to the public is as contemptuous as having ourselves laid out bare before many.

It happens that we have no choice other than to communicate to the world through social media — Instagram, Facebook, Telegram, Twitter, YouTube, and other media platforms. But the big question is: “Are these informations truly secured?”

We cannot really answer this important question in the affirmative going by the infringement reports recorded by some social platforms.

Let’s consider a few examples.

1, In the Facebook/Cambridge Analytica Data Scandal, Facebook was accused of releasing the personally identifiable information of her users’, “up to 87 million people” to Cambridge Analytica, a political consulting and strategic communication firm.

It was done without their consent with the app titled “This Is Your Digital Life”, and developed by a Data Scientist named Aleksandr Logan and his company, Global Science Research in 2013.(Reported by Wikipedia).

2. In November 2019 customer’s data including user names, and mobile phone numbers, was scraped by an affiliate marketer from Alibaba Chinese shopping website, Taobao, using crawler software that he created. About 1 billion pieces of users’ data war involved.

3. In March 2020, Siina Weibo, one of China’s largest social media platform announced an attack on its database involving 538 users. Personal data involved included real name’s,site username, location, phone numbers and gender. The attacker reportedly sold the database for$250.

4. A professional networking giant in June 2021 lost thr data of about 700 million of its users toa hacker named “God User”. The hacked information included email addresses, phone numbers, gender, geolocation records and other details.

Common Reasons For Data Privacy Abuse

1. Monetization. Data used for research and advertisement. E.g. The case of Facebook/Cambridge Analytica Data Scandal.

2. Data Theft. E.g. The case of Sina Weibo Database Attack in China in March 2020.

3. Data Scraping. E.g. The case of Alibaba Chinese Shopping website, Taobao in November 2019. And in 2011, Nielson Co. scraped the messages of trauma patients, members of PatientsLikeMe online Forum, just to make gains out of it, without their prior consent.

It is obvious that social media and its operators are guilty of private data abuses in mismanaging information left in their disposal. An alternative medium is very essential if this infringement must be stopped or at least reduced.

SOLCIAL has offered a Web3 social platform, a good alternative which can terminate this privacy negativities of Web2 social networks. By this our private data shall be secured.

How Does Solcial Change Things?

Solcial is an autonomous social platform powered by Web 3.0 decentralized blockchain. Unlike the Web 2.0 centralized internet, a DAO delegates power to its users, each with voting rights and partake in decision making. By this power users are able to defend their contents from any form of discrepancies.

Solcial is user friendly. It affords users freedom to use their data without fear of theft, strapping or hacking. It allows users to build profitable relationship without worrying about their contents being accessed against their will.

Also, it has a central control and is designed in a way that your private details are not stored to prevent accessibility. The system is built without gateways or servers to eliminate data thefts.

What Else Does Solcial Offer?

Making money in Solcial is easy and well secured. Users can share content with equitable compensation for both users and content providers.

Solcial operates with high transparency, with accounts being always audited. Solcial is also an open cryptocurrency platform for networking and revenue generation. It removes every concerns that hinder content creators from monetizing efficiently.

If a content creator desires to retain all his content materials for free, he can additionally monetize through NFTs. All activities and data are well secured.

With all these SOLCIAL attractive packages, security provisions, privacy control over and above the services offered by the Web 2.0 overtly supressed social media system, the choice is clear; It is foolishness not to vote in for that which is gainful.

SOLCIAL stands for Liberty and Freedom. Above all, SOLCIAL stands for Users’ Security and Right-For-Privacy.