Zuckerberg said the regulation would apply to people in the U. Zuckerberg said the company already has some of the new regulation's privacy controls in place; but, the GDPR requires the company to do a few more things, "and we're going to extend that to the world." A website dedicated to GDPR notes that organizations "in non-compliance may face heavy fines." Analysts note the controversy may lead to changes in how digital privacy issues are handled.
"We saw during these hearings that many, many members of Congress are ready and willing to get to work on privacy legislation," said Natasha Duarte, a policy analyst at the Center for Democracy & Technology, an advocacy group focused on digital rights.
"Are you willing to change your business model in the interest of protecting individual privacy," she asked.Although television remains the most popular form of media, online users have grown rapidly in reach and influence today.