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Who owns your data? Re-imagining data management for Web3

July 27, 2022

Google recently announced plans to implement significant data privacy changes. On the surface, this move appears to be an assurance of security for Google users. However, the changes look a lot like the ones that Apple introduced in 2021 which, while purporting to uphold good data security practices, also conveniently cut into the bottom line of competitors like Meta, the parent company of Facebook. As we’ve seen in the past, Meta harnesses user data to rake in billions of dollars of profits every year, and the changes that Apple made will cost it an estimated $10 billion in 2022.

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