Campaigners concerned that ‘same racist technology used to repress Uyghurs is being marketed in Britain’.
EDPB adopted a statement on the recent judgment C-817/19 of the CJEU on the use of passenger name record data.
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.
An independent test suggests Apple collects data about you and your phone when its own settings promise to “disable the sharing of Device Analytics altogether.”
UK's privacy watchdog launched a public consultation on its draft guidance on employers’ obligations when monitoring at work
Hungry for data, soccer club pilots The Connected Scarf.
Instagram is rolling out new tools that parents can use to help monitor and limit their kids' usage of the photo-sharing app.
The renewed calls for action on Pegasus surveillance in Poland and Hungary came after Hungary's data protection authority, headed by an appointee of prime minister, said victims were legitimate targets.
The UK can join intrusive EU surveillance schemes including a pan-European network of police facial recognition databases with no scrutiny.
European law-enforcement agencies have been pushing to end encryption and survey everyone’s online communications.