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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

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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

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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

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‘UK government illegally utilizes facial recognition’

‘UK government illegally utilizes facial recognition’

An independent report urges the UK to stop utilizing live facial recognition (LFR) in open spaces until legislation for biometric technology is in place. The Ada Lovelace Institute, an independent research institute, ordered the report to be conducted by Matthey Ryder, London's former deputy may... Read more

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Windows 11’s new privacy feature highlights apps that spy on you

Windows 11’s new privacy feature highlights apps that spy on you

Microsoft introduced a new privacy feature that indicates which applications access sensitive devices and data. Microsoft Windows 11's is similar to Apple iOS's Privacy Auditing. Both features shows the history of all apps' access to sensitive devices and data like microphones and location histo... Read more

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‘Google’s incognito mode is not really incognito’

‘Google’s incognito mode is not really incognito’

According to a Texan lawsuit, Google deceptively collects an array of personal data when a user has engaged in incognito mode. In January, Washington State, Indiana, Texas, and the state of Columbia filed separate suits against Google over deceptive location tracking and invasion of user privacy... Read more

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‘NSO Group is keeping its owners in the dark’

‘NSO Group is keeping its owners in the dark’

According to experts testifying on behalf of the notorious business's owners, Israeli outfit NSO Group has stonewalled queries about whether it is acting lawfully. Berkeley Analysis Group (BRG), the US consultant in charge of the personal equity fund that owns 70 percent of NSO Group last year, ... Read more

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