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+ - Google lobbyist Fleischer ceides Europe over user privacy protection->

Submitted by Seeteufel
Seeteufel (1736784) writes "With the European Parliament reforming the General Data Protection Regulation (more than 4000 amendments filed so far) larger advertisement corporation are getting nervous. Google privacy lobbyist Peter Fleischer compared European regulators to the Don Quixote character

Don't get me wrong: I'm all for serious privacy ethics, for privacy sensitivity, for privacy by design. But I'm not a fan of privacy-bureaucracy-drag. Europe, as one would expect, developed the world's most extreme form of bureaucracy-drag, when it invented the notion of bureaucratic "prior approval" for new technologies. That means that a new technology is dependent on a bureaucracy's prior approval before being launched.

Researchers from the EDRi group were unable to retrieve such requirements within the proposals, but campaigners and lobbyists are curious about hidden knowledge at Google."
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