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EDRi-gram, 28 October 2020

Data brokers are key actors in the hidden data ecosystem. The data they collect and later sell can be used for a range of different purposes, from commercial advertising to political campaigning, and in some worrying instances, law enforcement.

By EDRi · October 28, 2020



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