Commit 5cceb108 authored by Laura Kalbag's avatar Laura Kalbag
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title: "Is Europe closing in on an antitrust fix for surveillance technologists?"
date: 2019-02-11T17:57:55Z
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author: "Laura Kalbag"
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postURL: "https://techcrunch.com/2019/02/09/is-europe-closing-in-on-an-antitrust-fix-for-surveillance-technologists/"
forumLink: "https://forum.ind.ie/t/is-europe-closing-in-on-an-antitrust-fix-for-surveillance-technologists/2589"
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> “The EU’s updated privacy framework, GDPR, requires consent to be specific, informed and freely given. That standard supports challenges to Facebook’s (still fixed) entry ‘price’ to its social services. To play you still have to agree to hand over your personal data so it can sell your attention to advertisers. But legal experts contend that’s neither privacy by design nor default.”<!--more-->
> “So there are now two lines of legal attack — antitrust and privacy law — threatening Facebook (and indeed other adtech companies’) surveillance-based business model across Europe.”
> “…the German FCO decision against Facebook hints at an alternative way forward for regulating the dominance of digital monopolies: Structural remedies that focus on controlling access to data which can be relatively swiftly configured and applied.”
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