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Lots of stuff happening this week.
Finally the Google report is out.
Here is a link to the BBC coverage.
I am very happy to see this quote;
"Google must "reinforce users' consent". It suggests this could be done by allowing its members to choose under what circumstances data about them was combined by asking them to click on dedicated buttons."
Consent, in my opinion, is the hard line that needs to be held by regulators and is the basis for efforts in Opening Notice. Google is the big company that is not holding this line, which undermines the integrity of privacy, personal data control, and the emerging market in personalisation. In this regard how legal are Google's terms of service ? How does this effect TOS;DR rating?
Does anyone have a link to the actual report?
Lots of questions.
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