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Apple and Amazon accused of breaching GDPR rules 0

For all the latest retail technology news, make sure to visit Retail Gazette’s new publication chaRGed.com launching in the coming weeks. A number of the world’s largest tech companies, including

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GDPR meets the connected car 0

The challenge for automobile makers is to ensure they can keep using data without violating the data rights of their customers. They say you can tell a lot about someone

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GDPR mistakes: the small business errors that could result in a hefty fine 0

We’re now more than seven months on from the European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) deadline on 25 May 2018 – how confident are you that your small business is

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Coffee with Privacy Pros: DPO vs. CPO. Lawyer vs. Technician. The Dualities of Privacy. 0

Like many privacy professionals, Robert Gratchner got his start in the industry accidentally but not surreptitiously. His bachelor’s in economics, master’s in finance and work experience in corporate audits at

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What 2019 holds for Facebook 0

Great news for Facebook: 2018 is over. Bad news: 2019 has begun. This year, the apologies will make way for accountability, and the talk of regulation will (potentially) turn to

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Technology Company Strikes $50 Million Settlement In Data Breach Litigation 0

On October 22, an email service provider agreed to pay $50 million to settle a class action in the Northern District of California related to a trio of data breaches

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Is the ICO fit for purpose? 0

The information Commissioner Elizabeth Denham has serious questions to answer. The National Landlords alliance has written to her on behalf of its members and with respect to two specific complaints

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GDPR Has Chilling Effect On EU Tech Funding: Study 0

EU technology firms have suffered double-digit declines in venture funding relative to U.S. companies since the GDPR took effect, according to Continental Telegraph, quoting a study conducted by Jian Jia,

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ICO warns that the Washington Post offers invalid cookie consent under the GDPR 0

It has been reported that the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) has issued the US-based Washington Post newspaper with a warning about how it obtains consent for cookies from website visitors.

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Marriott: FBI investigating after up to 500m guest records exposed in Starwood hotel database breach 0

Top London landmarks, such as Park Lane Sheraton Grand, Westbury Mayfair and Le Meridien Piccadilly, are among the properties hit. 17:23, UK, The FBI is investigating after the details of

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