It’s been one year since the EU’s landmark privacy rules called GDPR went into effect. Now other countries, including the U.S., are looking to adopt their own versions of the law. CNBC.com’s Elizabeth Schulze reports. CNBC International video published May 22, 2019.
How Silicon Valley gamed Europe’s privacy rules--"The region’s data protection overhaul was supposed to help citizens. Instead, it’s helped Big Tech."--politico.eu; Editor's note: some are now saying GDPR has actually helped big tech companies enlarge their dominance in the digital data economy while smaller companies have suffered from GDPR complexity and its relatively high compliance costs.
Ireland's Data Protection Commission, the lead EU data protection authority (DPA) for Google, has announced an investigation into Google's online advertising data collection.Tweets by EU_EDPS
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