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Introduction

Who reads privacy statements? What is the effect of agreeing to unread terms and conditions? Are privacy regulations creating less privacy protection for users? Can you be a digital citizen with any privacy?

Highlights

  • Looks at privacy policies and how it is impossible to read them all.
  • Looks at how being a digital citizen is impossible without agreeing to multiple privacy policies.
  • Shows how information privacy regulations actually compromise privacy

Features and Benefits

  • Evaluates the privacy system and how it is essentially unworkable
  • Shows how a “digital citizen” must risk or forgo digital privacy

Key questions answered

  • Who reads privacy statements?
  • Are privacy regulations creating less privacy protection for users?
  • Can you be a digital citizen with any privacy?

Table of contents

Omdia view

  • Summary
  • Online privacy policy statements: Are they too long?
  • The legality of privacy statements
  • Does privacy regulation create less privacy protection?
  • Data privacy going forward, better or worse?

Appendix

  • Author