Society is heading towards a privacy dystopia

15/03/2024 | EDPS

The European Data Protection Supervisor (EDPS) is currently conducting a series of discussions featuring experts and influential personalities from various domains to delve into the implications of privacy and data protection in their respective fields.

In a recent episode, Daniel J. Solove, a Professor of Intellectual Property and Technology Law at George Washington University Law School and the President & CEO of TeachPrivacy, warned that with the vast amount of data being collected and the powerful data analytics available, society is headed towards a privacy dystopia.

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