- An interesting development in Europe over how WhatsApp and Facebook will work together, which is also a victory of sorts for data protection and privacy advocates in the region.
- “Data protection law does not prevent a company from sharing personal data – they just have to follow the legal requirements,” writes Commissioner Elizabeth Denham, who also published her own letter to WhatsApp as part of her blog post.
- “I reached the conclusion that an undertaking was the most effective regulatory tool for me to use, given the circumstances of the case,” she notes.
- GDPR is the wide-ranging data protection framework that essentially gives individuals more control over how and where their data is used across digital services.
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