Tracking, choices, and business: the Brussels experiment

The road ahead is indeed a bit bleak.
These are not the cookies we’re talking about. But they do look delicious.
Hopefully, stronger privacy protections lie behind one of these doors.
Tensions in the policy world are rarely this adorable.
Privacy preferences are as variable as people.

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Disruptive internet policy engineer, beverage connoisseur, gregarious introvert, contrarian order Muppet, and proud husband & father. Not in order.

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