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Thursday, May 03, 2018
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European citizens will soon have new rights under the General Data Protection Regulation, which comes into effect May 25 (paywall). The regulations may force companies collecting information on customers to have clear consent from consumers about sharing their data, and potentially allow more pathways for information to be truly deleted from sites and server. The penalties for failing to uphold these standards can go up to €20m, or 4% of a company’s annual revenue (whichever is highest). It’s still a work in progress, but Europe’s initiative may shape future regulations and policies.
We live in a world where the concept of privacy already seems outdated. But that is largely because we’ve decided not to inquire about what happens when we trade it for convenience. The clarity of Facebook’s terms of service, along with the updates from other tech companies ranging from Twitter to LinkedIn, is a marked improvement over previous iterations. But adults have a responsibility to help kids understand how they can protect themselves. History will show how much power the world has already ceded to Silicon Valley. Do your part in helping your kid hang onto whatever little bit they can.