Rather than deal with the potential repercussions, Tronc, the owner of the L.A. Times, and other major media outlets have decided to block its papers in the EU.
May 25, 2018 · Rather than deal with the potential repercussions, Tronc, the owner of the L.A. Times, and other major media outlets have decided to block its papers in the EU.
Franklin’s increase of 4.9 percent-from 74,685 in 2016 to 78,321 in 2017-also made it the fastest-growing large city in Tennessee. Osceola, which is in Central Florida near Orlando, had particularly impressive growth since it’s much larger than St
Instapaper and Some US Newspapers Are Blocked in Europe Now, Here’s How to Access Them Anyway Justin Pot @jhpot May 25, 2018, 11:23am EDT Instapaper is down in the European Union today.
All told, about a third of the 100 largest US newspapers have blocked European visitors to their sites rather than complying with the new law, reports NiemanLab.
GDPR gives EU citizens more rights over how their information is used. A statement on the blocked websites says the publishers are «committed to looking at options» to allow EU access.
May 25, 2018 · Watch video · For some of America’s biggest newspapers and online services, it’s easier to block half a billion people from accessing your product than comply with Europe’s new General Data Protection
The LA Times is among many sites blocked to European users over new EU rules on using personal data.
Donald Trump must reassure Europe by clearly stating his support for democratic values and the survival of the EU if the US is not to suffer as individual European nations are picked off by rival
The EU has put itself on a collision course with the US over Donald Trump’s decision to withdraw from the nuclear deal with Iran, as major European firms started to pull out of the country to
May 25, 2018 · Several other outlets chose to restrict access for readers in Europe, including newspapers belonging to Lee Enterprises, like The Arizona Daily Star and The St. Louis Post Dispatch.
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You can think of what follows as a kind of brief 101 in EU/US privacy differences. 1. Culturally, there is a stronger expectation of privacy in the EU. It’s often said that there is a stronger cultural expectation of privacy in the EU than the US. Indeed, that’s probably true.