EU to install sweeping changes to online privacy rules
Clip: 05/20/2018 | 3m 55s
The European Union on Friday will install the General Data Protection Regulation, the biggest change to online privacy rules since the internet was invented. The rules will apply to thousands of companies including Google and Facebook and are meant to protect privacy rights for individuals in the EU. Rob Pegoraro, a writer for Yahoo Finance and USA Today, joins Alison Stewart to discuss.
Aired: 05/20/18Video has closed captioning.
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