Abelia has already ten tips for your first days in statsrådstolen, but we will strongly encourage you to get you up and out in the world. The internet and digital services know no national borders. Therefore, a comprehensive and targeted cooperation across borders is necessary.
The last decade has been a feast for companies like Facebook and Google. They have viewing our movements on the web and created the algorithms that interpret the information to predict our preferences and influence our actions.the Flood of e-mails illustrating the major weakness with the GDPR Comment
Even though the services they provide is "free", we pay plenty. We give us data that can be used to target advertising, to manipulate or discriminate against us. Each of us can not read all the terms, bypass all the tricks which is done to trick the information out of us, or to understand the scope of what is going on.
But forbrukerorganisasjoner in eight european countries rasler now with the sabers. We have started one of the first processes in which the european authorities to enforce personvernbrudd opposite teknologigigantene across many countries. Together with forbrukerorganisasjoner in the EUROPEAN union and the united STATES are working Consumer for enhanced rights. In the EU, which has gained a strengthened regulatory framework, is the challenge to enforce this effectively. But also in the united STATES is now the fight to get better rights.Digi-minister deleted the Facebook of seven years ago. Now required the greater towards the Comment
For Google's part, started 2019 with a rekordbot of 50 million euros for breach of the new personopplysningslov. At the end of last year gave the Consumer out the report "Every Step You Take", where we describe how Google manipulates the users to turn on tracking, 24 hours a day. Teknologigigantens manipulasjonsteknikker violates the principle of informed consent, and is therefore appealed to the regulatory authorities.
Thanks to a new personvernforordning and international cooperation, there is a good chance to get the green light for the complaint. But it is not enough – and here is your opportunity, Nikolai Astrup. It is good that the government in regjeringsplattformen recognizes the state's responsibility in that "privacy is grunnlovsfestet, that everyone has the right to privacy", and that you will get a has in place.It is now you should consider to delete Facebook account Comment
The new personal data act gives the us consumers new rights. However, to ensure that our rights are realized, required resources, prioritization of supervision and updated strategies.
We read in the regjeringsplattformen an ambition that Norway shall be a fight in privacy. We buckle up our sleeves and trust that you are on the ball, along with beredskapsminister Ingvild Smines Tybring-gjedde and forbrukerminister Kjell Britain Ropstad. On behalf of the little Norway can you contribute to force personvernverstingene to stop trying to manipulate their users, and set a standard for good consumer protection in a datadreven time.