Session:(No) Privacy in Mobile Networks in Italy

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Description Italian mobile operators may share your mobile number with the sites you visit. There is no way to know the list of partner sites. Does the regulation of cookies sound like a joke now? Any thoughts about net neutrality?
Website(s)
Type Talk
Kids session No
Keyword(s) political, security
Tags privacy, online tracking
Processing village Village:La Quadrature du Camp
Person organizing
Language en - English
en - English
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Starts at 2015/08/15 11:00
Ends at 2015/08/15 11:45
Duration 45 minutes
Location Village:La Quadrature du Camp

Italian mobile operators may share your mobile number with the sites you visit. There is no way to know the list of partner sites. Does the regulation of cookies sound like a joke now? Any thoughts about net neutrality?

This discovery was made by browsing a major newspaper site and even though it was made a few years ago, we have not seen a public debate yet.

Let's try to do it now.

Meet with us to discuss:

- how this compares to the X-UIDH - whether this happens in other countries - whether it is legal - counter-measures (such as Tor)