Statewatch article: RefNo# 36218
EU: Capitalism and surveillance: European Data Protection Supervisor: Opening statement at the roundtable on data and competition hosted by l'Autorite de la Concurrence, Paris, 8 March 2016
Statewatch News Online, March 2016
"Our question is therefore this: with today’s internet based on surveillance, how can the EU enable alternative, non-privacy invasive business models to penetrate the market? How can the EU stop lagging behind in a sector where none of the top ten companies is European?"

See the full text: European Data Protection Supervisor: Opening statement at the roundtable on data and competition hosted by l'Autorite de la Concurrence, Paris, 8 March 2016

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