The UK government is pushing through new legislation to expand its surveillance powers, causing concern among tech firms and privacy campaigners.
. While third-party cookies will bid farewell, Google will still track user activity using new methods that prioritize privacy.
KSV1870, a creditors’ association, is accused of profiting from the right of access to personal data under the GDPR by misleading individuals, especially foreigners, into purchasing a high-priced “InfoPass” instead of obtaining a free copy of their data.
OpenAI has moved its data controller role to its Dublin-based entity to comply with GDPR and reduce regulatory risk in the EU.
Cookie rejection patterns may expose more than expected.
Meta defaults Messenger chats to end-to-end encryption, sparking debate.
Cox Media Group allegedly offers ad targeting based on eavesdropping.