Kurier writes that the rules imposed by the GDPR could cause an inconvenience to those who were uncomfortable. “To be honest, if you want to continue using Google and Facebook, you will blindly accept the terms and conditions pages.But it will be much easier to remove your address from a small business mailing list (if you are not sure). This could mean that businesses will have to use Google to continue to reach customers … “, says the Austrian publication.
At the same time, the regulation is also criticized by a German publication, which warns that it does not provide answers to many questions.
“How can a company be forced to provide transparency about algorithms, for example? It will not take long before computers can be trained to make important decisions for millions – in traffic, shopping and looking for a job. Companies are already using algorithms to view job applications. How can we ensure that it does not discriminate against any applicant? What authority can verify this? What barriers do the state have to do here? Answers to such questions would increase people’s confidence in new technologies. GDPR deals with the important subject matter but does not provide rules for key topics of the future, “writes German Handelsblatt.
“Digital security experts have already warned that users are exposed to sophisticated phishing scams. Airbnb Reservation Center customers are among those who have fallen victim to the scam. Criminals send false GDPR notifications to customers asking them to confirm their login or personal information, “writes the Irish publication.
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