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Privacy protection in a digital economy

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The author wonders, what impact on the privacy of the human being is developing ahead of us digital economy, with the acquisition of new technology. Brings forth the most important legal standards in force and outlines future European plans for digital market development. It presents the role of cyberspace in the functioning of business and society, and addresses the risks associated with it, such as exclusion, poverty and social unrest. Looking for answers to the question of what decides about behavior or loss of privacy in virtual reality.
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  • Faculty of Command and Naval Operations, Polish Naval Academy, Gdynia, Poland
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