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Tech titan Google on Thursday advocated free flow of information for global internet and digital economy, while cautioning against creation of “damaging or harmful impediments” on cross-border data transfers.
It seems the potential risks aren’t really something young people care about. Some were interviewed by The Project this week regarding the risk of their TikTok data being accessed from China. They said it wouldn’t stop them using the app. “Everyone at the moment has access to everything,” one person said. Another said they didn’t “have much to hide from the Chinese government”.
The scrutiny began last year in the municipality of Helsingør where a risk assessment around the processing of personal data by Google was ordered
Registration is required under rules released in late 2020 that would give authorities broad powers to compel platforms to disclose data of certain users and take down content deemed unlawful or that “disturbs public order” within four hours if urgent, and 24 hours if not.
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