22 December 2020
As part of an international campaign to lift the lid on data privacy violations, The Privacy Collective is asking some of Europe’s leading experts why online privacy matters.
See: Algorithms are created to maximise certain interests – and it’s not ours, says Chris Jones from Statewatch (The Privacy Collective, link)
The interview was conducted in the context of the The Privacy Collective taking two online data-harvesting companies - Oracle and SalesForce - to court for violations of the General Data Protection Regulation.
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