The UK Online Safety Bill is a deeply flawed censorship proposal that would allow UK residents to be thrown in jail for what they say online.
The Slovenian DPA confirmed that providing safety of property can be in a legitimate interest of the data controller, but but must be appropriate and necessary.
Under the proposed rules, Airbnb and its peers will have to share data about the number of guests and rented nights with public authorities.
French data protection authority CNIL imposed a penalty of 20 million euros and ordered Clearview AI to stop collecting and using data on individuals in France.
A man launched proceedings over the Data Protection Commission's failure to investigate the Church's refusal to destroy records it has about him.
Agreement between the U.S. Government and the UK Government on Access to Electronic Data for the Purpose of Countering Serious Crime entered force