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Taking the Biscuit: Cookies, Online Privacy and GDPR 0

On 1 April last, The Irish Times reported on the results of its investigation, based on research compiled by Danish firm CookieBot, on the use of tracking technologies on the

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Oops! Almost a year in and ICO staff haven’t been handed a GDPR privacy notice yet 0

Data watchdog: All our staffers are ‘aware’ of policies… The UK’s data protection regulator has failed to follow its own advice, admitting a privacy notice for its own staffers –

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Legal and IT Departments Team Up for CCPA, GDPR Privacy Procedures 0

A survey from Integris Software released this week found around half of privacy budgets are concentrated in information technology departments. Out of more than 250 respondents, around 90 percent said

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Case sets GDPR standard for publicising privacy notices 0

Businesses that do not collect personal data directly from consumers must potentially use any contact details they do gather about those consumers to notify them of the way they intend

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Mark Zuckerberg joins Tim Cook in calling for GDPR-like privacy regulation in the US 0

Mark Zuckerberg has published an opinion piece in The Washington Post outlining four ways he thinks new regulation could benefit the Internet. Zuckerberg specifically points to harmful content, election integrity,

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GDPR vs. CCPA: Privacy Counsel Weigh In on Compliance Challenges 0

California and European privacy laws are bringing change—and stress—to in-house compliance teams. Privacy counsel discussed Thursday the differences between GDPR and CCPA, and how lawyers can approach each. Sweeping privacy

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Why security and privacy by design are not a backlog item 0

Secure coding, security and privacy by design and default have never been part of the software development industry in any mainstream way. You only have to look at the OWASP

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EU warns US on data control flaws 0

The European Commission has warned America that its data controls should be significantly strengthened. Vera Jourova, the EU’s Justice Commissioner, said present rules in America were “weaker” than in the

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Facebook told to stop tracking in Belgium 0

Facebook has been ordered to stop tracking people without consent, by a court in Belgium. The company has been told to delete all the data it had gathered on people

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No tracking, no revenue: Apple’s privacy feature costs ad companies millions 0

Ad-tech firm Criteo likely to cut its 2018 revenue by more than a fifth after Apple blocked ‘pervasive’ tracking on web browser Safari Internet advertising firms are losing hundreds of

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