This is a talk by Ben Gilburt, MSc Candidate in Social Science of the Internet at University of Oxford: The Oxford Internet Institute.
With the introduction of the GDPR in 2018 our experience of the internet changed. We began to see notices popping up, asking us for our ‘consent’ to share our personal data.
But… What happens if you don’t consent? This presentation explains exactly what happens, why rejecting alone may not protect your privacy, and what you can do to regain control over your personal data.
This presentation promises to be legitimately interesting.
This session was part of the Data Science Festival Summer School in 2023. Find out more here.
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