Europe’s General Data Protection Regulation privacy law suffers from “massive flaws” and endless infighting, according to one of the bloc’s top regulators.
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In the immediate aftermath of GDPR coming into force, there was a dramatic uptick in the number of data breach complaints received by authorities across Europe.
It’s becoming standard practice for US technology giants to follow the letter of European rulings and regulations without really changing their behaviour. Most recently, Facebook and Google have exhibited just a
From technology giant Facebook to libraries and schools, organisations are now subject to the world’s most far-reaching data privacy regulation in a crackdown aimed at protecting people from losing control over
This month, the European Union will embark on an expansive effort to give people more control over their data online. Known as the General Data Protection Regulation, it’s ambitious, well-intentioned and largely wrongheaded
Internet users throughout the European Union – and, in some cases, in the rest of the world as well – are starting to get gently pushed toward accepting various companies’ new service and privacy terms that
Businesses in South Africa, and the broader continent, that process customer data from the European Union must ensure they are fully compliant with the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation, set to become effective
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and chief operating officer Sheryl Sandberg have apologised (again and again) for the company’s handling of user data. The best indication that they aren’t actually sorry
Facebook is starting to comply with new privacy rules in Europe. And then, to get ahead of scrutiny everywhere else, the company said it will provide the same protections to the rest of its two billion users