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Mark Zuckerberg joins Tim Cook in calling for GDPR-like privacy regulation in the US

[2019-03-31 14:49:04]

Mark Zuckerberg has published an opinion piece in The Washington Post outlining four ways he thinks new regulation could benefit the Internet. Zuckerberg specifically points to harmful content, election integrity, privacy, and data portability. Zuckerberg calls for expanded privacy regulation, echoing similar statements from Tim Cook. The post Mark Zuckerberg joins Tim Cook in calling for GDPR-like privacy regulation in the US appeared first on 9to5Mac.

Mark Zuckerberg joins Tim Cook in calling for GDPR-like privacy regulation in the US


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