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Apple Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Tim Cook said that privacy is a user’s fundamental right and that Apple builds it into its products and services. He added that users should be in control of your data and not its highest bidder…


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After a lengthy battle in court, millions of residents in Illinois will be able to get a settlement check from Facebook over its facial recognition. The social media giant has agreed to pay $397 in settlement each to the millions of residents over its use of facial recognition technology…


The Spanish Data Protection Agency (AEPD) has imposed a penalty of ten million euros on Google for transferring data to third parties without a legal base to do so and for hindering citizens’ right to erasure. According to the Agency, these contravene Articles 6 and 17 of the European General Data P…


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Privacy has been one of Apple’s main concerns for quite some time, and every year the company announces new ways to make its devices even more secure. This week, ELLE magazine published an interview with Apple’s chief privacy officer Jane Horvath, in which she talks about backdoors in iOS, GDPR, and…


For Google 10 million euro fine in Spain

Sanction for Google in Spain: a 10 million euro fine has arrived from Madrid for having “transferred data to third parties” in an illegitimate manner and for not respecting citizens’ so-called right to be forgotten: this was announced in a statement by the Privacy Supervisory Authority…


When Wojciech Wiewiórowski took over the European Data Protection Supervisor role from the late Giovanni Butarelli in 2019, he had a tough act to follow. The Italian was on first-name terms with Big Tech CEOs and had a stature and star status the former data miner and Polish bureaucrat would always …


The cost of groceries may be rising, but shoppers will have to grin and bear it at the checkouts. …


Today, the Future of Privacy Forum launched a comprehensive Report analyzing case-law under the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) applied to real-life cases involving Automated Decision Making (ADM). The Report is informed by extensive research covering more than 70 Court judgments, decision…


MUNICH–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Analysis by Usercentrics shows: 10 major Dutch online pharmacies violate GDPR requirements by setting an average number of 23 non-necessary cookies without any user consent. Within the EU 89% of the most significant online pharmacies do not meet GDPR requirements. …


It was widely reported that the EU’s Digital Markets Act (DMA), designed to reign in Big Tech in Europe, has been delayed and will now come into force in early 2023 – for many, way too late, and they may have a point. …


Many websites come with web forms, for example, to sign-in to an account, create a new account, leave a public comment or contact the website owner. What most Internet users may not know is that data that is typed on sites may be collected by third-party trackers, even before the data is sent…


Introduction Today’s major powers engage in comprehensive global technology politics. The weaponisation, mastering, and control of digital technologies is the new ‘Great Game’…


Show us that benefits outweigh the cost, BCS challenges government …


After the European Parliament, the Council today approved a new law to promote the availability of data and build a trustworthy environment to facilitate their use for research and the creation of innovative new services and products. …


After over a decade of status quo, India appears to be poised to welcome a slew of changes to its data and information technology laws…