The Mevaluate case brings us to reflect on how (and if) an activity can be carried out when the aim is to collect data and extract summary information.
“Mevaluate” is a “web platform (with connected information archive) that is set to process reputation profiles for individuals and legal entities”. In less bureaucratic terms, it wants to be the arbiter of people's and companies’ reputations, by processing a series of data and producing a summary opinion of the subject examined. The Guarantor was less than impressed by the idea and issued a negative provision that halts any desire to continue the activity, at least in Italy. In this case, there are various arguments[…]