However, I think this is only a step in the path that governments -- and I do mean more than the U.S. -- will take to ensure their effectiveness and protect their people. Given that most of us have been giving away our data unthinkingly, and that it can be used to manipulate us as a nation, ownership shouldn't reside with us alone. Nationalizing these companies on a country-by-country level is now the most likely outcome.
Today, you can check out 25 of these historic sites in 18 countries. The United States should absolutely not follow China’s lead and disregard the privacy protections of our citizens. The service has recently added VR tours, and with CyArk’s Open Heritage contributions will clearly be expanding its cultural footprint. This proof of concept study is also described in a paper that's currently still under review.
Rather than "a Facebook privacy law," he expects regulation to target the entire industry. Even before that, Google was working to counter Facebook's critical edge: Knowing exactly who people are online. Google is already buttoning up its data policies in anticipation of Europe's General Data Protection Regulation, or GDPR, which kicks in next month. Most advertisers can buy ads through Google with few hurdles to clear.