In a perfect CRM system you would have a DNS sample of each person, to get the unique ID of a human. You would then connect to a central cloud database and retrieve all information on that human that was ever collected in a any database system or log of any company or (non profit / government) organization as well as analysis that has been run over those persons. any additions made will be made to that same system.
It could be used to improve the world and be the logical evolution of these kind of systems.
Too bad that there are so many bad people out there and we can not realize this on a short term.
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