Activist Max Schrems argued that Facebook's contracts do not protect data to European levels.
Schrems challenged Facebook's use of contractual clauses saying that they do not offer sufficient data protection safeguards.
Personal Data Protection Bill 2019: Impact on private companies is hard to tell yet, given the exemptions for State intervention
The private sector is closely watching the new Personal Data Protection Bill as data has become the most crucial asset of a company.
The new system can operate even at a bandwidth of 33.6 bits per second.
The EU executive said it was satisfied that the framework continues to ensure adequate protection for Europeans’ personal data.
Alibaba-owned UCWeb says it will never breach user trust, after reports of UC Browser leaking mobile data emerge
Reacting to media reports of leaking mobile data of its Indian users to China, the Alibaba-owned browser UCWeb on Wednesday said it would never breach the trust of its users.
Ireland's privacy watchdog has launched a bid to refer Facebook's data transfer mechanism to the European Union's top court in a landmark case that could put the shifting of data across the Atlantic under renewed legal threat.
The United States can join a landmark case on the legality of cross-border data transfers, an Irish court ruled on Tuesday in a move that gives U.S. authorities a platform to defend their surveillance laws before the European Union's top court.
European Union privacy regulators aim to agree next month on whether and how data transfers to the United States should continue in the absence of an EU-U.S. data-transfer pact that was struck down last year on privacy concerns.
A brand better known for their PC memory solutions, Strontium Technology have brought their 32GB TNT USB flash drives to the Indian market. These latest flash
A new laser can deliver error free data at speed of 40 gigabits per second.