New #Podcast episode: Karolina Iwańska is a lawyer at Panoptykon Foundation and has been leading their investigation into the online advertising industry’s practices related to #data protection and #privacy.
Karolina has written and published a report 'To track or not to track? Towards privacy-friendly and sustainable online advertising' which examines alternatives to the dominant behavioural advertising model and developing policy recommendations aimed at promoting privacy-friendly funding models for online publishers. https://en.panoptykon.org/privacy-friendly-advertisinghttps://en.panoptykon.org/privacy-friendly-advertising
While organisations like Panoptykon Foundation exist there is hope of pushing back the likes of Google and Facebook from their relentless attacks on democracies and our communities.
They have an English website worth checking out
Panoptykon Foundation was founded by a group of lawyers in Poland to protect fundamental rights and freedoms in the context of fast-changing technologies and growing surveillance.
@jamesmullarkey your link got duplicated but somehow it works.
As if it's ok to violate privacy if it benefits small businesses (which sounds like "middle class tax cuts"
Disclaimer: personal opinion only
Not sure where you are based but I have quite a large banner as soon as I land on that page ironically. Tracking seems to already be switched on before I have accepted/not
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@jamesmullarkey ah, I am in the US but that could be a bug in the GDPR opt in for EU users. Report that as a privacy violation?
I never browse Big Tech sites without Firefox and either specialized containers (FB, Goog, Amazon, Twitter, Reddit) or Temporary Containers
@michel_slm Thanks for flagging - glad it still works :)
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