TikTok is taking steps to address safety and regulatory concerns by expanding its presence in Europe.
This guide distills the EU GDPR into five discrete phases to help a business achieve and maintain its GDPR compliance.
Facebook and Instagram could be prohibited from sending European user data to the United States within the next two months
CNIL closed its inquiry into Lusha Systems, Inc.'s adherence to GDPR after concluding that law does not aplly to it.
European Parliament’s Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs issued a Draft Motion for a Resolution demanding that the European Commission not grant adequacy to the newly proposed EU-U.S. Data Privacy Framework.
Data protection officers can maintain other tasks and duties within their role, if they do not result in a conflict of interest, the CJEU affirmed.
Controversial spyware technology group with links to Ireland to be investigated by Justice Committee
The Oireachtas Joint Committee on Justice is set to delve into the question of whether companies based in Ireland are manufacturing and selling spyware.
Two new EU directives came into effect impacting how organizations across the European Union approach cybersecurity and critical infrastructure.
Following the actions of ICCL, the EU Commission is launching routine assessments of all “large-scale” GDPR cases across Europe.
EU industry leader Thierry Breton has recently addressed the safety of AI technology, pointing to ChatGPT's chatbot and AI systems as significant concerns.