“The authority has become aware that there may be some shortcomings in how the company handles registry extracts, including that the extracts are not complete, and that the information is not sufficiently clear,” explained its announcement.
This is sparked by last year’s GDPR legislation in Europe, which gives people stronger rights to request and see the data held on them by digital services.
Austin G. Walters writes about lost liberty and last free generation. According to United States Bill of Rights lists some elements to describe liberty:
Freedom of Self-Determination
Freedom to Defend Self-Determination
Freedom of Speech
Freedom of Information
Freedom to Privacy
Interesting points in Austin’s article, especially the privacy part.
The tree of internet giants is shaken again, this time not just because of privacy concerns but also from antitrust point of view:
First large scale GDPR cases are coming out, biggest fine so far was triggered in France:
The Finnish Innovation Fund Sitra conducted a survey in Finland, Germany, Netherlands and France about how people are using digital services and how concerned they are about their rights to own data, data preaches and mis-use.
The material is unfortunately published only in Finnish but very interesting reading for those who can.
Europe’s sweeping new privacy rules are fueling an explosion in complaints by individuals, reports of data breaches by companies, and greater awareness among Europeans about data protection
As six months has passed since GDPR has come into force, we look into how things have changed in the EU