Norway's data protection authority, Datatilsynet, provided feedback on the EU’s proposed Digital Services Act debated by the European Commission. Datatilsynet acting Director Janne Stang Dahl recommended the EC further study restrictions on behavioral advertising and the sharing of personal data between services and companies. Stang Dahl said that while surveillance-based marketing poses a threat to privacy, the elimination of the practice could also negatively impact competition. Stang Dahl added that behavioral marketing to children should be banned in the final DSA.
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