GDPR attacks: First Google, Facebook, now activists go after Apple, Amazon, LinkedIn


“The GDPR requires companies to only process personal data on a specific legal basis, and many companies have chosen consent as their option.

However, in some cases they don’t let people use their services at all unless they consent to having their data exploited in ways that are not strictly necessary for delivering the core service. This all-or-nothing approach undermines the concept of consent, according to the new law.”