The EU’s General Data Protection Regulation aims to put online data back in the hands of users. Companies like Amazon, Google, Apple, and Facebook will be required to give their EU customers more control over their personal information.
Everything you do on Facebook helps the company know you better. Advertisers pay big bucks for those insights. But what happens when that data falls into the wrong hands?
China’s authoritarian government has blocked — again — its people from searching on Google on the eve of the Tiananmen Square massacre.
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