GDPR Faces Criticism for Failing to Deliver


Since its inception in 2018, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) has faced mounting criticism for failing to control Big Tech’s data-hungry practices, reports Politico staff writer, Vincent Manancourt. Despite the billion-plus euros in GDPR fines that have already been levied against the likes of Amazon and WhatsApp, activists are concerned that the data industry has “learned to live with these penalties without actually changing practices.” Full Story


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