Secretly collected data and shipped it to the US
TeleSign, a US-based fraud prevention company, allegedly collected data from millions of EU citizens and processed it in the United States using automated tools without their knowledge an Austrian privacy advocacy group claims.
No more personalised adverts for a lucky few
Meta announced that starting next Wednesday, some Facebook and Instagram users in the European Union can opt out of sharing first-party data used to serve highly personalised ads.
GDPR kicks in making Meta's eyes water
Ireland’s Data Protection Commission backed a German complaint against WhatsApp and slapped a €5.5 million fine on the company.
Made a mess of bottom line
Irish regulators kicked Facebook parent Meta in its private assets with hundreds of millions in fines for online privacy violations and banned the company from forcing European users to agree to personalised ads.
Fears that it breaks GDPR
The German government has banned the use of Microsoft Office 345 over concerns that it might shuffle data to America where it might be used by US spooks.
US company claimed that video surveillance was the same as working in the office
A US company that thought it was acceptable to spy on an employee working at home for nine hours of the day found that the European courts disagreed.
All hell about to break lose
The use of Google Analytics has now been found to breach European Union privacy laws in France -- after a similar decision was reached in Austria last month.
Unless it is allowed to break privacy law
Social notworking group Facebook is throwing its toys out of the pram and threatening to pull out of the EU unless it is allowed to break its GDPR laws.
Never mind the food shortages, let's dismantle something rather good under Brexit
The UK government wants to dismantle European privacy law under its Brexit reforms claiming that it was all about “irritating cookie popups and consent requests”.