Voir aussi l'avis du Conseil National du Numérique, ici.
Présentation du projet de loi à l'Assemblée Nationale, Vidéo ici.
Voir aussi le point de vue de Bruno Lasserre au sujet de la loyauté des plateformes (platform fairness) (juillet 2015) ici (depuis 25:21).
"Despite the essential role cloud services play for the deployment of online services, EU consumers still do not seem to fully trust cloud-based services...As a result, finding privacy-friendly solutions for cloud computing services represents one of the main challenges for online platforms... Boosting research and marketing of solutions increasing transparency and user's control over their data (such as “personal data management systems”) is essential to offer a higher level of protection and thus increasing users' trust.
"At the risk of sounding hyperbolic, let us draw an analogy. Imagine an 18th
century Competition and Markets Authority calling for information about the
If this 18th century CMA accepted the status quo – that the ‘market’ in
question is people being traded rather than people being able to trade in the
market in their own right – it might have asked how slaves may generate
benefit for their owners, how slaves are collected, bought and sold, what
contractual arrangements apply to the trading of slaves (including pricing),
what restrictions firms have in acquiring slaves, and so on. In other words, it
might have asked the sorts of questions that the CMA is currently asking about
personal data – assuming that individuals have no right or ability to use/trade
their own data for their own purposes in their own right."
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