News The notorious facial recognition firm claims to have a database of more than three billion images scraped from social media sites
News Digital Rights Ireland is urging European Facebook users who have been affected to sign up
News The regulator believes that Facebook may have infringed ‘one or more’ GDPR provisions following apparent leak of 533 million user records
In-depth Although data protection regulations have been updated, businesses may still find themselves sanctioned under the Data Protection Act 1998
News The Digital Services Act draft also suggests that firms may be banned from giving their own services preferential treatment
News The provisional agreement contains digital and data provisions that go far beyond the deal signed between Japan and the EU, gov claims
News Nick Clegg suggests cancelling its transfer mechanism could cause chaos for businesses and the global economy
News The move could signify a desire to shift its operations away from the US as well as secure its position in the European market
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