Doing - Competition and privacy

Effective competition makes sure that companies have an incentive to invest, innovate, keep up with their rivals, and to come up with new and better products for consumers.

Where people have complete and meaningful information about the data practices of their providers, and those practices factor into competition assessments, companies can contribute to job creation and economic growth while allowing consumers to enjoy the benefits of a market economy that serves them instead of facilitating the abuse and exploitation of their data.

PI advocates for meaningful control of the data exploitation industry, explores policy solutions that put people in control of their personal data, and intervenes in discussions on reform of antitrust law and regulation.