One of them comes from India, where the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology has issued a strongly worded letter, as some Indian outlets put it, saying “unilateral changes are not fair and acceptable”.
The letter comes a day after the Delhi High Court said users are not bound to use the app and they can uninstall it - using it is a voluntary action that does not require court interference. The court even went further and said “even Google Maps captures all your data and stores it”.
GDPR should be like a legal treaty that all democratic countries sign up to. Alternatively, countries should just copy it and legislate it.
Facebook is sinking fast. The Suckerburg is just after your data (As I am sure they all are.) but his only business is stealing your data and offers very little in return. The new POTUS will be going after him soon. The EU are already on the ca...
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