| By THE EDITORIAL BOARD |
December 21, 2015
The European Union could soon adopt a law that would strengthen online privacy protections for consumers, but it would come at a cost to free expression and leave a redacted history for Internet users.
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# ! … vs @thers’ #FreeSpeech….
# ! Guess If real ‘privacy’ can be protected where not even the safety is guaranteed*… and ‘many’ take profit on this…