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Dec 14, 2017
French children below 16 to seek parental approval to open an account on Facebook under new draft legislationThe requirement is part of a French bill that seeks to adapt data privacy regulations and improve access to the information internet companies gather.
Dec 12, 2017
Understanding the Data Protection White Paper Part XI: Establishing proper deterrent consequences for privacy violationsLack of deterrent consequences is one of the key reasons why India’s current IT Act and Rules have failed to protect privacy
Dec 11, 2017
Uber heads to court to defend its right to operate in London, after being stripped off its licenseUber's drivers, representing one in three of all private hire vehicles in London, can continue to take passengers until the appeals process is exhausted.
Dec 06, 2017
Understanding the Data Protection White Paper Part VI: Big data and IoT present huge challenges to traditional privacy principlesProtecting privacy involves the application of certain privacy principles to the processing of their data.
Dec 05, 2017
Understanding the Data Protection White Paper Part V: Clicking on the ‘I Accept’ button before proceeding to use a service or appPeople are unaware that with this simple click they have given away hordes of extremely private information on themselves to the apps or service providers.
Dec 04, 2017
Understanding the Data Protection White Paper Part IV: Exemptions to data protection law regarding investigations, research, journalismExemptions from a data protection law will not imply a complete exemption from the protection it offers. Instead, it normally involves a partial waiver of the obligations
Nov 30, 2017
Ex-Twitter employee who shut down Donald Trump's account for 11 minutes confirms that it was an accidentDuysak, who had not previously been identified as the person behind the takedown, told TechCrunch that he considered Trump’s temporary silencing a “mistake”
Nov 30, 2017
EU privacy regulators to set up a task force to coordinate national investigations regarding the Uber data breachEuropean data protection authorities said after meeting on Wednesday that the French, Italian, Spanish, Belgian, British and German regulators would be part of the task force, led by the Dutch authority
Nov 27, 2017
Government-appointed committee releases white paper to form a framework for data protectionThe white paper has been drafted to solicit public comments on what shape a data protection law must take.
Nov 27, 2017
StingRay, a cell-site simulator that can sweep cellphone data from entire neighbourhoods, has privacy activists in the US worriedPart of the problem, privacy experts say, is the devices can also collect data from anyone within a small radius of the person being tracked.