Κοινωνικά δίκτυα και προστασία προσωπικών δεδομένων
Social networks and protection of personal data
Among the most valuable commodities today is information. The provision of information at the user's choice via the Internet and its introduction into the worldwide web has become possible due to technological development. For a number of organizations and companies, this is especially important in the context of advertising and achieving commercial goals. Of course, there are also cases when information is collected unintentionally, violating the privacy of citizens. Of course, after the implementation of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), attempts are made to protect privacy in the context of data processing in EU countries by recognizing the fundamental character of personality. However, if they are not accepted, the user may be led to a long text trying to convince him to accept them, or even worse, he may not even be able to open the website. Finally, taking into account all the online applications of social networks, could we admit that after the adoption of the aforementioned regulation, personal data is fully protected?