VIENNA/LONDON (Reuters) – As Europe’s new privacy law took effect on Friday, one activist wasted no time in asserting the additional rights it gives people over the data that companies want to collect about them.
Austrian Max Schrems filed complaints against Google, Facebook, Instagram, and WhatsApp, arguing they were acting illegally by forcing users to accept intrusive terms of service or lose access.See the rest of the story at Business Insider
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