China and North Korea regulate what you share. I know, because I used to sell an API that allowed you to pull data from Asian social media sites. I looked at their data firsthand.
Here are things that are censored on Asian social media sites:
1.) Anything about religion.
2.) Anything about politics. I periodically did…
Vittorio Banfi But yet you are comfortable mentioning North Korea and China in the same article.
1.) GDPR is not even enforced yet. So comparing past regulations to what the EU is going to enforce doesn’t make sense.
2.) North Korea and China enforce *what* you can share on social media, not *how* social media platforms can…
Wait, did you just compare GDPR-like regulations for data transparency or even stricter laws about data access compare to what happens in China and North Korea? You either a.) speak in hyperbole or b.) have absolutely no idea what you are talking about.
When you are telling someone that they don’t know how to write in paragraph form, then yes. I am going to call you on bad spelling and grammar. That’s the pot calling the kettle black.