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ΚΕΦίΜ και Consumer Choice Center υπέρ της προστασίας δεδομένων στην Airbnb

HANIA NEWS: Airbnb should not give in when it comes to data privacy in Greece, says the Consumer Choice Center and the Institute for Liberal Studies in Greece.

ΚΕΦίΜ και Consumer Choice Center υπέρ της προστασίας δεδομένων στην Airbnb

TORNOS NEWS: Airbnb should not give in when it comes to data privacy in Greece, says the Consumer Choice Center and the Institute for Liberal Studies in Greece.

ΚΕΦίΜ και Consumer Choice Center στηρίζουν την Airbnb

CAPITAL.GR: Airbnb should not give in when it comes to data privacy in Greece, says the Consumer Choice Center and the Institute for Liberal Studies in Greece.

ΚΕΦίΜ & Consumer Choice Center στηρίζουν την Airbnb

REPORTER: Airbnb should not give in when it comes to data privacy in Greece, says the Consumer Choice Center and the Institute for Liberal Studies in Greece.

ΚΕΦίΜ & Consumer Choice Center στηρίζουν την Airbnb

INEWS GREECE: Airbnb should not give in when it comes to data privacy in Greece, says the Consumer Choice Center and the Institute for Liberal Studies in Greece.

New York Vaping Ban Counterintuitive To Tobacco Reduction

RED LAKE NATION NEWS: New York state signed a bill into law on Monday that prohibits vaping anywhere in which cigarettes are already banned, a measure that is bad for consumers, counter-intuitive to tobacco use reduction, and is based on misinformation.

Stripping Uber of its license is harmful to Londoners

SPEAK FREELY: This TfL decision, by reducing choice, is not only anti-competitive, but anti-consumer, anti-worker, and anti-innovation. They have made a costly mistake in what is meant to be an open and forward thinking city.

Statement: When Hypocrites yell ‘Transparency!’

26. July 2017 We were delighted to see that Corporate Europe Observatory (CEO) spent a good amount of time studying the activities and finances of the Consumer Choice Center and our parent organization Students For Liberty. We’d like to advise CEO to look a bit more diligently at organizations they write about. Given their interest […]

62% of Canadians “oppose” or “somewhat oppose” banning ridesharing services: poll

CANADIAN UNDERWRITERS: More than six in 10 Canadians (62%) oppose or somewhat oppose banning ridesharing services such as Uber, according to recent polling conducted by Nanos Research.

Let’s get real about N.C.’s alcohol laws (including the drinking age)

North Carolina can no longer afford its Temperance-era alcohol laws. Across the state, a new generation of beer entrepreneurs are giving the Tar Heel State some much needed pride.

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