Marietje Schaake on Digital Data Rights

Marietje Schaake on Digital Data Rights | Tech, Privacy, Restrictions & Responsibility | GZERO World

Marietje Schaake, former member of EU Parliament and international policy director of the Cyber Policy Center at Stanford University, discusses the regulation and oversight required to ensure that offline rights are protected in cyberspace as well, including the avoidance of microtargeting based on race, gender, or health status. In an interview with Ian Bremmer for GZERO World, she argues that fair competition, non-discrimination, and adherence to human rights laws are uneven and lacking in the online world.


Who is responsible for protecting personal and sensitive data? Who is liable? Do already powerful tech platforms have too much power?

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