The European Council and Parliament have provisionally agreed on a new regulation to enhance the transparency and targeting of political advertising, aiming to safeguard elections and empower citizens.
Grindr is suing the Norwegian authorities over a €6.3 million GDPR fine, seeking clearer data processing guidelines and a reduction or removal of the fine.
The UK's Online Safety Act, now law, imposes stringent measures on organizations to protect children from harmful online content, with non-compliance penalties up to €21 million.
The 45th Global Privacy Assembly Annual Meeting emphasized the importance of balancing public privacy protection measures and the potential of technology in showcasing cultural heritage.
Elon Musk's social network, X, is required to comply with EU laws and address illegal content to continue operating in the region, says EU's digital chief, Věra Jourová.
The EU is close to passing the first global laws on AI, addressing issues from facial recognition to copyright theft, and holding AI companies accountable for potential harm caused by their tools.
The EDPB and the EDPS have released a Joint Opinion on the proposed digital euro regulation, offering recommendations to enhance data privacy and protection standards.
Amnesty International report reveals EU’s inefficiency in regulating spyware sector, with companies like Intellexa exploiting loopholes.