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The new General Data Protection Regulation, which will take effect in May, enhances citizens’ right to privacy but evokes a question about freedom of speech. The Regulation signals a significant boost to privacy protection, and places new responsibilities on companies and other institutions maintaining registers of personal information.
Unexpected consequence of strict EU data protection legislation: legal system must decide what makes an individual | University of Helsinki helsinki.fi

The new General Data Protection Regulation, which will take effect in May, enhances citizens’ right to privacy but evokes a serious question: what will happen to freedom of speech, and will we be able to ensure flexible services?