#GDPR #2YearGDPR We got interviewed by Wired UK on Cookie Consent Notices. https://www.wired.co.uk/article/gdpr-cookie-consent-eprivacy
@zeitonline berichtet über die Details des ursprünglichen Plans Handy-Verkehrsdaten zur Corona-Eindämmung zu benutzen. Ich hab darüber mit @mlaaff gesprochen. Zusammenfassung in Twitter-Länge: "Die technischen Möglichkeiten werden überschätzt" https://www.zeit.de/digital/datenschutz/2020-03/handytracking-coronavirus-mobilfunkdaten-standorte-virus-eindaemmung
3. The last thing I want to highlight: we attempted to replicate previous work in the area to see whether our approach leads to different results. Here is a breakdown in a table, see the paper for details:
2. Third party scripts often contact additional services. 40% request data from other companies. More importantly: In 62% of the cases, these "fourth parties" fluctuate.
That's bad news if you own a website and want to know upfront what gets send to your visitors in your name.
1. Like the title says: when scanning websites for scripts or cookies, always look beyond the front page. We found that visiting 100 subsites is useful if you want to get a good idea of the third parties a webpage is using.
Great overview of similarities and differences between the #GDPR and #CCPA by fpf and onetrust:
Post-doc at @hgi_bochum, coordinating @nerd_nrw, research on usable privacy and profiling.
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