Tag: Privacy

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France bans Office 365 and Google Workspace in schools

France bans Office 365 and Google Workspace in schools

The minister of Education says the two platforms do not meet current privacy requirements. The French Ministry of National Education has urged educational institutions to stop using free versions of Google Workspace and Microsoft Office 365 for schools and students. The Ministry said the offerin... Read more

date9 days ago
Strava’s user location data is up for grabs

Strava’s user location data is up for grabs

Cybercriminals can track the locations and routes of Strava users. The sports app claims to protect user privacy, but its measures were caught lacking. Strava has tens of millions of users in 195 countries. The sports app allows users to share sports activities, locations and routes. Strava pro... Read more

date1 month ago
Biden’s executive order allows US to review EU surveillance laws

Biden’s executive order allows US to review EU surveillance laws

The order establishing a new transatlantic privacy framework will allow the US to review how the EU handles surveillance. An American executive order designed to assuage the EU’s privacy concerns will also allow the US government to review and approve European surveillance programs, according ... Read more

date2 months ago
Biden signs executive order on US-EU privacy scheme

Biden signs executive order on US-EU privacy scheme

The new framework is designed to help US companies comply with Europe's GDPR regime. US President Joe Biden signed an executive order on Friday that would limit the ability of American national security agencies to access people’s personal information, POLITICO reported. The order will form t... Read more

date2 months ago
DataGuard raises $61 million to improve data protection

DataGuard raises $61 million to improve data protection

DataGuard raised $61 million in capital to enhance its SaaS services, enabling clients to improve data privacy and protection. Numerous businesses are facing multi-million dollar fines due to their negligence in maintaining data privacy and protection. Regulation is an unquestionable part of the... Read more

date2 months ago
LG launches innovative LG Ultra PC 17″ 17U70Q laptop

LG launches innovative LG Ultra PC 17″ 17U70Q laptop

LG released the LG Ultra PC 17" 17U70Q, a compact and innovative laptop with advanced features and exclusive specs. The all-new LG Ultra PC 17 17U70Q is a lightweight and compact but highly futuristic laptop. LG refers to its new laptop model as a mobile workstation. It comes with a 17-inch disp... Read more

date2 months ago
Irish regulator slaps Meta with €405 million fine

Irish regulator slaps Meta with €405 million fine

The Irish data protection authority fined Meta with €405 million for GDPR violations on Instagram. The fine is the result of an investigation launched by the Irish Data Protection Commission (DPC) in 2020. According to the regulator, Instagram breached the privacy of children. Meta alleged... Read more

date3 months ago
Criteo could face a $65M fine in France for breaching consent rules

Criteo could face a $65M fine in France for breaching consent rules

French advertizing giant Criteo was found in violation of European Union data protection legislation and fined $64 million in a preliminary verdict after a multi-year inquiry by the country's national privacy authority. The verdict is the latest setback to Criteo's unsettling 'tracking-ads' system.... Read more

date4 months ago
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