Brave has filed several complaints with several EU regulators regarding a violation of Google's General Data Protection Regulation (GPDR).
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The relevant requests were received by the European Commission,The Data Protection Commission of Ireland, the Federal Antitrust Authority of Germany, the Competition and Markets Commission of the United Kingdom, and the French Antitrust Committee. In the absence of regulatory steps, Brave reserves the right to sue Google.
The company sees an injustice in the fact that the exchange of user data by various services of the IT giant ecosystem creates a free data warehouse for them, which undermines the foundations of the GPDR.
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Paragraph 5 (1) b of this provision requires that the data “be collected for specific, explicit and legitimate purposes and not be further processed in a manner incompatible with these purposes”.
“Enforcement of Brave's complaint against Google onthe “target restriction” clause in the GDPR would be tantamount to functional separation, giving everyone the right to decide which Google services they choose to reward with their data, ” Says Dr. Johnny Ryan, executive director of industry policy and communications.
In addition to accessing the controls in Bravepresented the study “Inside the black box”. In it, a company based on open data disclosed how Google collects personal data from integration with websites, applications and operating systems for hundreds of unclearly formulated processing goals.
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