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Facebook, Google face first GDPR complaints over ‘forced consent’

After two years coming down the pipe at tech giants, Europe’s new privacy framework, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), is now being applied — and long time Facebook privacy critic, Max Schrems, has wasted no time in filing four complaints relating to (certain) companies’ ‘take it or leave it’ stance when it comes to consent.

The complaints have been filed on behalf of (unnamed) individual users — with one filed against Facebook; one against Facebook-owned 

Psst: You can get a brand new 32 GB iPhone 7 for less than $300, plus a free Straight Talk gift card

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It’s no secret that iPhones aren’t exactly at optimal performance after a year of use. Apple thinks they’re slick by unveiling a new iPhone just when yours breaks, but…nah. We don’t have a spare $549 laying around to replace our iPhone 7, let alone almost a grand for the iPhone 8 or X.

If you’re desperately in need of a new iPhone, you probably think that the only affordable options are buying someone’s old iPhone 5 on Facebook Marketplace, or this: 

But you’d be wrong….

Facebook, Google face first GDPR complaints over ‘forced consent’

After two years coming down the pipe at tech giants, Europe’s new privacy framework, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), is now being applied — and long time Facebook privacy critic, Max Schrems, has wasted no time in filing four complaints relating to (certain) companies’ ‘take it or leave it’ stance when it comes to consent.

The complaints have been filed on behalf of (unnamed) individual users — with one filed against Facebook; one against Facebook-owned 

Zuckerberg didn’t make any friends in Europe today

Speaking in front of EU lawmakers today Facebook’s founder Mark Zuckerberg namechecked the GDPR’s core principles of “control, transparency and accountability” — claiming his company will deliver on all that, come Friday, when a new European Union data protection framework, GDPR, starts being applied, finally with penalties worth the enforcement.

However there was little transparency or accountability on show during the session, given the upfront questions format which saw

Psst: You can get a brand new 32 GB iPhone 7 for less than $300, plus a free Straight Talk gift card

TwitterFacebook

It’s no secret that iPhones aren’t exactly at optimal performance after a year of use. Apple thinks they’re slick by unveiling a new iPhone just when yours breaks, but…nah. We don’t have a spare $549 laying around to replace our iPhone 7, let alone almost a grand for the iPhone 8 or X.

If you’re desperately in need of a new iPhone, you probably think that the only affordable options are buying someone’s old iPhone 5 on Facebook Marketplace, or this: 

But you’d be wrong….

Psst: You can get a brand new 32 GB iPhone 7 for less than $300, plus a free Straight Talk gift card

TwitterFacebook

It’s no secret that iPhones aren’t exactly at optimal performance after a year of use. Apple thinks they’re slick by unveiling a new iPhone just when yours breaks, but…nah. We don’t have a spare $549 laying around to replace our iPhone 7, let alone almost a grand for the iPhone 8 or X.

If you’re desperately in need of a new iPhone, you probably think that the only affordable options are buying someone’s old iPhone 5 on Facebook Marketplace, or this: 

But you’d be wrong….

Facebook, Google face first GDPR complaints over ‘forced consent’

After two years coming down the pipe at tech giants, Europe’s new privacy framework, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), is now being applied — and long time Facebook privacy critic, Max Schrems, has wasted no time in filing four complaints relating to (certain) companies’ ‘take it or leave it’ stance when it comes to consent.

The complaints have been filed on behalf of (unnamed) individual users — with one filed against Facebook; one against Facebook-owned 

Psst: You can get a brand new 32 GB iPhone 7 for less than $300, plus a free Straight Talk gift card

TwitterFacebook

It’s no secret that iPhones aren’t exactly at optimal performance after a year of use. Apple thinks they’re slick by unveiling a new iPhone just when yours breaks, but…nah. We don’t have a spare $549 laying around to replace our iPhone 7, let alone almost a grand for the iPhone 8 or X.

If you’re desperately in need of a new iPhone, you probably think that the only affordable options are buying someone’s old iPhone 5 on Facebook Marketplace, or this: 

But you’d be wrong….