Austrian law student Max Schrems has said Facebook and European regulators have not done enough to curb what he says are violations against European privacy laws, The Washington Post reports. Founder of “Europe v Facebook,” Schrems is looking to raise approximately 200,000 euros to keep his campaign moving forward. “At the core of the fight is one of the overarching questions of our time: Who has rights to the trillions of bits of data users create online every day?” the report states. Schrems said, “We’re right now defining what our world is going to look like in 20 years.” (Registration may be required to access this story.)
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