- weaken the definition of consent, making it more likely people could unwittingly agree to their data being used.
- make it easy for companies to profile people without their consent, resulting in possible discrimination particularly of the most vulnerable.
- allow businesses more readily to decide their interests outweigh people’s privacy rights.
- assume that so-called pseudonymisation of data is an effective means of avoiding privacy harms.
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