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About Pernille Tranberg

Pernille Tranberg is a consultant for companies and organisations on data ethics, and also a speaker on digital identity. She has written 6 books, including Fake It - guide to digital selfdefense (2012), which was published in four languages. She has given talks at SXSW and TEDxOxford and her resume includes titles such as: Special Consultant for the Danish Business Authority; Fellow at University of Southern Denmark; Advisor for Berlingske Media; Editor-in-chief TÆNK; and Reporter for Dagbladet Politiken.

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Constitutional conventions: best practice

The free space for data monopolies in Europe is shrinking

If the new EU data protection regulation is enforced equally for EU and non-EU companies, supported by anti-trust and consumer protection laws, new types of data-based monopolization could be controlled.

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