Why GDPR may inhibit privacy and security-enhancing technologies

John Leonard
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Dr Kuan Hon

By sticking rigidly to 1970s definitions of 'processors' and 'controllers', GDPR may hinder the growth of decentralised peer-to-peer alternatives

It should be pretty obvious by now that our personal data is not safe on the internet. Information about us is replicated thousands of times on servers across the world. It is hoovered up by governments...

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