Larry Dignan reports:
Tech giants–and massive data collectors such as Google and Facebook–may want to disclose to customers what their information is worth to the platform to improve transparency.
That nugget comes from a policy paper from U.S. Senator Mark Warner and may be one of the bigger data transparency suggestions to ponder going forward.
Axios posted Warner’s white paper, which is designed to spur discussion about data privacy regulation, and the takeaways include some of the typical issues such as disinformation, data transparency and adopting a framework similar to Europe’s GDPR regulation.
Read more on ZDNet.