Europe tends to favour Internet privacy

Invasions of privacy on the Internet are less likely to happen in Europe because laws are generally stricter than in the United States about what can be published about individuals. When balancing freedom of speech against personal privacy rights, the default in Europe is more toward privacy rights. And that default is not just legal but deeply cultural

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