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How a small French privacy ruling could remake adtech for good | TechCrunch
this is being interpreted by data experts as the regulator stating that consent to processing personal data cannot be gained through a framework arrangement which bundles a number of uses behind a single “I agree” button that, when clicked, passes consent to partners via a contractual relationship.
cnil  france  privacy  regulator  adtech  consent  gdpr  indie  radar 
november 2018 by laurakalbag
Facebook is still violating user privacy, Dutch and French regulators say - The Verge
Social network fined $166,400 in France for failing to inform users of how their data is used
facebook  fine  regulation  france  netherlands  privacy  inform  data  corporatesurveillance  indie  radar 
may 2017 by laurakalbag
Hosting Companies Threaten To Leave France Over (Yet Another) Surveillance Law. But Where Could They Go? | Techdirt
Summary: New French surveillance laws, expanding on the existing invasive surveillance laws are forcing web hosting companies out of the country, as they refuse to comply with the French government’s demands for data retention, and even start talking about “data black boxes” for “algorithmic surveillance.”
france  hosting  data  government  surveillance  indie  indieroundup  notincluded  moody 
april 2015 by laurakalbag

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