Governments are drafting new laws to protect your privacy online, but are people even that bothered about companies using their data?
28 December 2021
Despite the Cambridge Analytica scandal, the Edward Snowden leaks and revelations from Facebook whistleblower Frances Haugen, companies continue to hoover up our personal data, and for the most part we let them do so willingly.
But the mood on data gathering is starting to change. Governments around the world are increasingly legislating to rein in the tech giants. So could 2022 be the year that online privacy is taken seriously?
Neil Brown at UK law firm decoded.legal says numerous governments will push new …