May the government restrict DeFi (decentralized finance) tools, and force people to use third-party intermediaries, precisely to take advantage of the extra surveillance power that the third-party doctrine would provide? This question has taken on added importance in the context of emerging web3 technologies, with implications for coders, customers, and entrepreneurs.
Since its launch two years ago, Open Banking requires the UK’s nine largest banks to give customers better control of their data. If people give permission, the banks are obliged to share their data with third party services.
India has more than 560 million internet users, all generating data by the terabyte. Soon they’ll have an unprecedented amount of control over their digital financial footprints, with the ability to decide what to share, with whom, and for how long.
An overview about the membership fee sharing for the individual hubs. Read more about Financial guidelines for Initiatives here.
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