Joint research from Professor Nicholas Economides on the intersection of competition law with the protection of privacy is featured
— January 8, 2020
Excerpt from TechPolicy.com -- "Many online platform companies –Google and Facebook are examined in Professors Economides and Lianos’ article—utilize a requirement provision in the boiler plate contract with their users that allows the company to collect personal information from each user without compensation. In exchange, the user has access to the services provided by these companies. However, users have no option other than to allow access to their personal data if they want to use the services offered."