Fostering a Digital Marketplace that Respects User Privacy and Identity

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PRIVACY: Last-minute provision in California data-privacy bill may actually create a marketplace that values personal information, observers say; also nonprofits not covered?

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GDPR and ITEGA

LINK: Running references to GDPR resources  Has the GDPR law actually gotten European news outlets to cut down on rampant third-party cookies and content on their sites? It seems so  | Nieman Lab | Aug. 15, 2018 "Understanding GDPR" -- a Swiss tech company's founder...

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https://www.poynter.org/news/about-1300-us-communities-have-totally-lost-news-coverage-unc-news-desert-study-finds

About 1,300 U.S. communities have totally lost news coverage, UNC news desert study finds

https://digiday.com/media/gdpr-second-party-data-deals/

GDPR is leading to more second-party data deals - Digiday

https://www.mediapost.com/publications/article/326136/democrat-unveils-internet-bill-of-rights.html

Democrat Unveils Internet Bill Of Rights

https://adage.com/article/agency-news/media-buying-probe-a-cloud-hang-industry/315103/

Feds media-buying probe is 'cloud that will hang over the industry'

https://digitalcontentnext.org/blog/2018/10/08/fbi-subpoenas-and-digital-advertising-rebates-and-transparency-under-investigation/

The FBI, subpoenas, and digital advertising: Rebates and transparency under investigation - Digital Content Next

ALL ABOUT PRIVACY: TIM BERNERS-LEE ENDOSES AN "INTERNRET BILL OF RIGHTS" PROPOSED BY U.S. REP. RO KHANNA; KARA SWISHER INTERVIEWS KHANNA ABOUT IT. HERE ARE LINKS.
"“If you go to a doctor and then you want to know what your health data is, you have the right to get that health data,” Khanna explained. “Right now, if you want to know what data Facebook has about you, you don’t have the right to ask them to give you all of the data they have on you, and the right to know what they’ve done with it. You should have that right. You should have the right to know and have access to your data.”
https://www.fastcompany.com/90246977/tim-berners-lee-endorses-ro-khannas-internet-bill-of-rights-heres-all-10
AUDIO OF KARA SWISHER'S DISCUSSION WITH RHO KHANNA:
https://rss.art19.com/episodes/335e0246-cbae-4414-aeb9-9574b9dfeefc.mp3
U.S. Rep. Ro Khanna’s List:
https://www.nytimes.com/2018/10/04/opinion/ro-khanna-internet-bill-of-rights.html

Tim Berners-Lee endorses Ro Khanna’s Internet Bill of Rights–here’s all 10

“Trust has become a slippery point, a big issue. When it comes to data, people are unsure about how their browsing data is being used," says Sridhar Ramaswamy. "They have become annoyed by experiences of ads that follow them around the internet . . . It is a big problem and something that the advertising industry needs to think about.” He is critical of Apple and Firefox for including ad blockers with their browsers and rules out doing something similar for Google’s Chrome even if many users might want it.

https://www.irishtimes.com/business/technology/google-s-exiting-online-adverts-chief-warns-of-threat-to-digital-revenues-1.3649026

Google’s exiting online adverts chief warns of threat to digital revenues

Opinions
The tech industry is suddenly pushing for federal privacy legislation. Watch out.
https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/the-tech-industry-is-suddenly-pushing-for-federal-privacy-legislation-watch-out/2018/10/03/19bc473e-c685-11e8-9158-09630a6d8725_story.html

Opinion | The tech industry is suddenly pushing for federal privacy legislation. Watch out.