Want access to your personal data? Hand over more please and ensure you smile for requested photo ID
To get your personal data, you may have to give up more personal data. It seems awful at first. Alistair Barr of Bloomberg called it “the new privacy circle of hell.”
The present PDP Bill reflects that it embodies the principles of GDPR for liberalisation of cross-border flow of data and data protection.
Security breaches are costly and have detrimental effects on any organisation and cause a lot of damage.
The hack involved traffic to the British Airways website being diverted to a fraudulent site.
The Delhi HC says that #MeToo campaign cannot turn into an unbridled sullying campaign.
Spain’s top professional football division said in a statement that it has always complied with data protection regulations and denied breaking the law.
Incorporate insights on bioethical principles into clinical research is the need of the hour.
Indian companies have to follow multiple legislation (local and global), increased cost of compliance and loss of business in some cases in the GDPR era.
There is a dire need of a regulator and legal safety net to protect user’s data
The probe comes after complaints that Google is playing fast and loose with people's data.
Facebook even threatened to withhold investments until countries promised to support friendly laws.
The other probes relate to complaints by users in relation to how Facebook processes personal data.
The cartel office objected in particular to how Facebook acquires data on people from third-party apps.
2019 will see businesses of all sizes streamlining their operations to accommodate the new legislation to avoid, detect and recover from a data breach.
France says that Google lacks transparency in the way it handles of personal data.
Data privacy activist allege Apple, Netflix and others to have withheld user’s private data.
In response to the report, Facebook said that it users should be aware on when an app sends data.
While countries like Canada, Brazil have already passed their own data protection rules, India is considering its own norms.
The answer to the never-ending streams of surveillance news lie in alternative ideas of data governance.
The investigation is to determine whether Facebook had complied with strict new EU privacy rules.