All companies should be using two-factor authentication at least to secure their systems but relying on text messages alone is foolish, cybersecurity experts say.
Google announced that it is delaying its plans to phase out third-party cookies in the Chrome web browser.
Scotland will become the first country in the world to have a statutory Code of Practice on the use of biometric data for policing and criminal justice.
Google’s algorithms wrongly flagged photos taken by two fathers as being images of child abuse, causing innocent people to be investigated by the police.
Google has breached a European Union court ruling by sending unsolicited advertising emails directly to the inbox of Gmail users, advocacy group noyb said.
Prague seeks to advance the discussion on the Data Act proposal with a compromise on the possibility of public bodies requesting access to privately held data.
Peiter Zatko, former head of security of social media giant, is willing to appear before an Oireachtas committee.
Lawmakers spearheading discussions on the AI Act pitched a compromise on the obligations for high-risk AI systems and a consolidation of the past text.
ICO has commenced criminal proceedings against eight individuals over the unlawful obtaining of people’s personal information from vehicle repair garages.