Meta Platforms is facing a potentially large fine from DPC for breaches of children’s data rights.
The Netherlands Court of Audit found that 3 out of 9 algorithms it audited 6 did not met all the basic requirements and exposed the government to various risks.
General Court of the EU Finds that Individual was Unable to Prove that Information Published Online Constitutes “Personal Data”
General Court of the EU handed down a decision on how to prove that information that does not identify someone by name constitutes “personal data”.
A delegation of seven MEPs visited Washington, D.C. from 23 to 26 May to discuss the state of play on major Civil Liberties Committee topics with U.S. authorities and stakeholders.
Over the past twelve months, reported cases of breached data in Belgium have gone up to 1,529.
The company revealed it’s working with a U.S. company selling visitor management systems to schools within hours of a horrific school shooting.
Google is being sued over its use of confidential medical records belonging to 1.6 million individuals in the UK.
New draft EU regulations are set to have far-reaching consequences for the digital economy, particularly on how data is collected and processed for online advertising.
The privacy-focused browser purposely allows Microsoft trackers on third-party sites due to an agreement between the two companies.