he UK has introduced a “data bridge” for personal data sharing with the US, but its future might hinge on challenges to EU-US data sharing rules.
Google is facing a class-action lawsuit in the Netherlands, accusing the tech giant of violating European privacy laws by tracking and profiling consumers.
Smart home devices are collecting more personal data than required for their functioning, potentially sharing it with social media firms like TikTok, according to a report by consumer advocacy group Which?.
The UK government supports a transatlantic data transfer deal between the EU and US, despite potential legal challenges to its durability.
French MEP Philippe Latombe’s lawsuits against the new EU-US data transfer agreement have received support in Germany, where the agreement faces criticism.
UK data watchdog to review period and fertility tracking apps over concerns about data security and privacy issues raised by users.
Google’s Chrome browser rolls out an invasive ad platform, the “Privacy Sandbox,” that tracks users’ browsing and shares advertising topics with web pages.
French lawmaker Philippe Latombe challenges the new transatlantic data deal before the EU’s General Court, sparking concerns of prolonged legal disputes.
The UK government has backed down on enforcing a “spy clause” in the Online Safety Bill, a move welcomed by tech companies and privacy activists.
The Tate Modern re-opens viewing gallery with ‘no photos’ signs after luxury flat owners win a privacy case, though with sections overlooking the flats still off-limits.
Meta’s bid to overturn Norway’s ban on its non-consensual ad targeting was rejected by an Oslo District Court, marking a significant victory for data protection rights.