Apple’s tracking crackdown wasn’t only about protecting users—it was about beefing up its own business, German authorities say.
Consumer group says use of technology at major retailers is ‘completely inappropriate and unnecessary’.
Westminster claims its new data laws will boost British benefits, protect consumers, and seize the ‘benefits’ of Brexit.
Experts say some hospitals’ use of an ad tracking tool may violate a federal law protecting health information.
A majority of MEPs has pushed back against the version of the Digital Services Act (DSA).
“I’m quite confident in the fact that we have a robust solution,” Justice Commissioner Didier Reynders said in an interview.
The researchers are mapping third-party tracking across the online health ecosystem to see possible implications for ad targeting, credit scores, insurance coverage, and more.
Dutch ISP Ziggo doesn’t have to forward a piracy warning to a subscriber who stands accused of offering 200 e-books in an open directory.
Researchers propose a new privacy framework for IoT devices, dubbed Peekaboo, that gives users control over what data can be collected and shared.
Tim Cook on Friday sent a letter to a group of U.S. lawmakers asking them to pass federal privacy legislation.