TikTok has begun to route European user data through its new data center in Dublin, Ireland in a bid to meet regulatory standards.
The EU’s stringent cyber posture, as reflected in the GDPR, while enhancing global norm building, inadvertently hampers small businesses and data-dependent public services due to its high compliance costs and limitations on data sharing.
The European Commission’s proposal for a digital euro, intended to ensure the currency’s relevance in the digital age, has sparked concerns over privacy and its potential use for monitoring citizens’ transactional behavior.
expressed concerns regarding the adequacy decision proposed by the European Commission, asserting that a data transfer between the EU and U.S. would not guarantee sufficient safeguards for personal data protection.
TikTok is on a mission to quell European authorities’ worries regarding Chinese surveillance by launching a counteroffensive.
EDPB and EDPS issued a joint opinion condemning the proposed EU legislation to combat the dissemination of Child Sexual Abuse Material (CSAM).