The EU Parliament's main political groups have agreed on a draft law to prevent the online spread of child sexual abuse material, focusing on detection and reporting, with provisions for encryption and age verification.
The UK Policing Minister encourages law enforcement to double their use of facial recognition software to track down offenders, sparking concerns about civil liberties.
LinkedIn has been prohibited by the Berlin Regional Court from ignoring "do-not-track" signals and from activating default settings that make profiles visible on other platforms.
The Greek Data Protection Authority is set to decide on the legality of AI and biometric surveillance systems in the country's refugee camps, a decision that could impact the use of such systems in migration management globally.
Amnesty International report reveals EU’s inefficiency in regulating spyware sector, with companies like Intellexa exploiting loopholes.
Google’s Chrome browser rolls out an invasive ad platform, the “Privacy Sandbox,” that tracks users’ browsing and shares advertising topics with web pages.
Modern cars are collecting and sharing massive amounts of personal data, raising privacy concerns, according to a Mozilla Foundation study that scrutinized the privacy policies of 25 major car brands.
The Dutch agency UWV has been found to have illegally tracked the online behaviors of benefits recipients, violating privacy and data protection laws.
he European Court of Human Rights recently ruled that Russia’s use of facial recognition against protesters was a violation of their privacy and freedom of expression rights.