In an op-ed for AdExchanger, Joshua Koran argues privacy laws such as the EU General Data Protection Regulation and the California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 could allow large corporations to dominate their roles in the marketplace and affect freedom of expression. Koran believes privacy laws might empower the larger corporations to take control over delivering all the content online at the expense of smaller, independent publishers. “As we design the rules that govern the internet our children will inherit, I hope agencies, advertisers, content owners and content distributors support the freedom of expression provided by independent publishers,” Koran writes. “I hope they support competition, whose market pressure ensures prices remain fair.”
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