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Consent or go away: Forced consent, data portability and breaking monopolies

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Presentation of Diego Naranjo from European Digital Rights (EDRi) at the Public Policy Exchange event held in Brussels on 20 November 2018.
Title: Consent or go away: Forced consent, data portability and breaking monopolies

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Consent or go away: Forced consent, data portability and breaking monopolies

  1. 1. www.edri.org/diego/
  2. 2. We draw avery important conclusion here with a merely dark image behind it, so the text is white... I. What is EDRi? II. I have nothing to hide III. Data Protection and Digital/Consumer Rights
  3. 3. I. What is EDRi? • European Digital Rights (EDRi) • Founded in 2002 • Brussels ofce in 2009 • 39 NGOs in 21 European countries
  4. 4. 4 key priorities: • Data protection and privacy • Surveillance • Network neutrality • Copyright reform I. What is EDRi? We promote, protect and defend digital rights Lower priorities : • Privatised enforcement issues • Trade agreements • Internet governance
  5. 5. I. What is EDRi? Advocacy and lobbying in Brussels
  6. 6. II. I have nothing to hide Ever read the Terms of Service of your app? http://www.theguardian.com/technology/201 5/jan/12/shopkeepers-permissions-apps-s martphone-privacy
  7. 7. 7 II. I have nothing to hide
  8. 8. 8 II. You have nothing to hide? Online dating – Tracking at first sight ● 3 March 2017: journalist Judith Duportail asked Tinder to send her all her personal data they had collected. ● 27 September 2017: Judith reported that she received 800 pages about her online dating-related behaviour.
  9. 9. 9 EDRi Data Protection & Privacy – Dating must be Private by Design and by Default: app messages, sexual tendencies, relationships – Stop spying me and my date(s)! Internet of Sexual Toys (IoT), massive surveillance and more and more e-communications – Don’t tell me you love privacy, show it to me!→ Encryption, security measures against breaches Online dating – Tracking at first sight GDPR & ePrivacy
  10. 10. III. Advocacy and lobbying on data protection in Brussels
  11. 11. III. Advocacy and lobbying on ePrivacy in Brussels LOBBY GROUPS AND “THINK-TANKS” Example: During GDPR Google, Microsoft and Facebook did not lobby directly (*): Industry Coalition for Data Protection: Microsoft is a member of 9 of the associations that are part of this “coalition” Chamber of Commerce: US lobby organization. Other ways: think tanks, research groups… (*) Data from the Netherlands from EDRi member association Bits of Freedom: https://edri.org/the-lobby-tomy-3-who-are-lobbying/
  12. 12. III. Advocacy and lobbying on data protection in Brussels
  13. 13. When lobbying goes nuts: Liberate Slaves thanks to Big Data https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mF6vwPyIAns III. Advocacy and lobbying on data protection in Brussels
  14. 14. III. Advocacy and lobbying on data protection (ePrivacy) in Brussels Civil Society Groups EDRi Access Now La Quadrature du Net Consumer Groups BEUC EDPS WP29 Companies: Google Microsoft (Skype) Facebook Publishers/advertisers: IAB Europe, Axel Springer Privacy- friendly Businesses: Page Fair, Qwant
  15. 15. Main arguments: Pro-strong ePrivacy Regulation - We need to ensure protection of confidenciality of communications (Art. 7 CFR) - Online tracking, offline tracking, tracking walls - Encryption needs protection Anti-ePrivacy Regulation - GDPR is great (although we didn’t like it months ago) - This would be the end of the Internet - Advertisement will disappear online - People with disabilities will be discriminated III. Advocacy and lobbying on ePrivacy in Brussels
  16. 16. III. Advocacy and lobbying on data protection: GDPR
  17. 17. III. Advocacy and lobbying on data protection: GDPR
  18. 18. We draw avery important conclusion here with a merely dark image behind it, so the text is white... Questions? @DNBSevilla @edri diego.naranjo@edri.org https://edri.org

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