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Indian IT firms not ready for European Union's proposed privacy laws, only a few compliant with GDPR
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Indian IT firms not ready for European Union's proposed privacy laws, only a few compliant with GDPR

Only a third of Indian IT firms are compliant with the European Union's General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which will come into force on 25 May

WhatsApp commits to not sharing personal user data with Facebook in Britain
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WhatsApp commits to not sharing personal user data with Facebook in Britain

The investigation found that WhatsApp has not identified a lawful basis of processing for any such sharing of personal data.

Spanish telecom company Telefonica launches its AI assistant, called ‘Aura’ in six countries
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Spanish telecom company Telefonica launches its AI assistant, called ‘Aura’ in six countries

Telefonica, present in 17 markets across Europe and Latin America, is offering its assistant in Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Germany, Spain and Britain.

An Israeli startup is focusing on how to evade facial recognition systems to increase privacy
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An Israeli startup is focusing on how to evade facial recognition systems to increase privacy

D-ID’s solution is a system of digital alchemy that subtly alters stored pictures, enough to escape detection by facial recognition algorithms.

WhatsApp is testing an option that allows users to download all their data from the service
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WhatsApp is testing an option that allows users to download all their data from the service

WhatsApp is currently working on a new option as part of its app which allows users to download all their data from the service.

From IoT to bots to blockchain, here are the eight great technology disruptors of 2018
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From IoT to bots to blockchain, here are the eight great technology disruptors of 2018

Good news, technological advancements are making unimaginable things possible. Bad news? Technological advancements are making unimaginable things possible.

Facebook to make it easier for its 2 billion users to manage their own privacy ahead of EU law
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Facebook to make it easier for its 2 billion users to manage their own privacy ahead of EU law

Sandberg said Facebook had not done enough to stop the abuse of its platform and would double the number of people working on security by the end of 2018.

Worldwide, organisations will spend $96.3 billion on cybersecurity in 2018: Report
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Worldwide, organisations will spend $96.3 billion on cybersecurity in 2018: Report

More than 60 percent of organisations globally will invest in multiple data security tools by 2020, up from 35 percent today, it added.

General data protection regulation will be a game-changer but businesses will have to reshape their strategy
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General data protection regulation will be a game-changer but businesses will have to reshape their strategy

GDPR is about companies handling the personal data of their customers, partners and employees with care and respect.

SAP to buy customer identity software firm Gigya to better online customer relationship marketing position
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SAP to buy customer identity software firm Gigya to better online customer relationship marketing position

The deal will tie together Gigya’s user identity access and management platform with SAP 's Hybris customer profile data-matching software.

Britishers will be able to delete social media posts made in the past after the proposed data law
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Britishers will be able to delete social media posts made in the past after the proposed data law

Britons will be able to make social media platforms like Facebook delete information, including content published in their childhood.