The Digital Content Directive allows consumers, for the first time, to pay for digital content and services “with their personal data”. Although the Directive makes
A few insights on the development of this fascinating field, and our take on its various pillars.
(A previous version of this article was published on our Medium page under the title “Direct To Consumer Retail Goes On Autopilot“) As a new
Unlike others before it, the trend was obvious from afar. We then found ourselves riding it comfortably. Most of us started with intellectual property. Licensed
(A prior version of this article was previously published on LinkedIn under the title “ePrivacy and GDPR, six months on: Everyone worse off?”) It has
I do not believe that privacy can be dealt with in isolation from the new realities of data as a whole, and the manner in
We are at a crossroads: Accepting that personal data have objective monetary value implies an alignment with stealth data collection practices: Who defines such value but data