The Washington Post Puts a Price on Data Privacy in Its GDPR Response -- and Tests Requirements


Some U.S. publishers have blocked visitors from the E.U. to their sites rather than comply with the wide-ranging General Data Protection Regulation to protect people’s online privacy. The Washington Post went an extra step and put up a paywall for E.U. visitors, upselling them to a $90 a year “premium EU subscription” in exchange for no ads -- and the privilege of not having their data tracked.

Read more


No comments on this item Please log in to comment by clicking here

Scroll the Latest Job Opportunities From The Media Job Board