The Local reports:
An Austrian privacy campaign group lodged complaints against eight online streaming services Friday, accusing them of “structural violations” of EU data regulations that came into effect last year.
NOYB, a non-profit organisation whose name means None Of Your Business, said it had filed a complaint with Austria’s Data Protection Authority against services including Netflix, YouTube, Amazon Prime and Spotify.
NOYB says the services have violated the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) by not granting users access to data that companies hold on them or information about how the data is used.
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