Tag: user data privacy

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Spotify faces €5M fine in Sweden for alleged GDPR violation

Spotify faces €5M fine in Sweden for alleged GDPR violation

Spotify has been slapped on the wrist by Swedisch authorities for violating GPDR regulations. The long-awaited decision highlights the challenges faced by European users in protecting their data. Privacy rights organisation noyb made the accusation over four years ago, which claimed that Spotify fa... Read more

date10 months ago
Zoom doubles down on privacy with new features and services

Zoom doubles down on privacy with new features and services

In an era where digital sovereignty has gained momentum in Europe, U.S. companies strive to demonstrate their commitment to empowering customers with more control over data storage and processing. Amazon's AWS cloud unit recently made its digital sovereignty pledge. TikTok is establishing locali... Read more

date10 months ago
Big changes are coming to Google Analytics: migrate or get out?

Big changes are coming to Google Analytics: migrate or get out?

Google's current web analytics platform, GA3, also known as Universal Analytics (UA), will sunset on July 1, 2023. After this date, website owners will be able to access their UA reports for a limited time. GA4 will replace UA, and from there on create new data. Google Analytics i... Read more

date1 year ago
ChatGPT fixed issue that exposed users’ conversations

ChatGPT fixed issue that exposed users’ conversations

A bug in AI chatbot ChatGPT allowed some users to see the titles of other users' conversations, the CEO of OpenAI, the company behind the tool, states that bug is now fixed. The error is fixed, but users remain concerned about privacy on the platform. Since launching in November last year, milli... Read more

date1 year ago
Facebook avoids $3.7-billion mass action case in the UK, for now

Facebook avoids $3.7-billion mass action case in the UK, for now

On Monday, Facebook temporarily kept at bay a collective lawsuit valued at up to 3 billion pounds following allegations that the social media company took advantage of its dominant position to make money from its users' data. The London tribunal listening to the case gave the claimants’ lawyer... Read more

date1 year ago
‘Amazon may settle EU antitrust probes by the end of the year’

‘Amazon may settle EU antitrust probes by the end of the year’

After making concessions to address concerns over the use of seller data, US retail giant Amazon may be able to settle two EU antitrust probes by the end of the year, two people familiar with the matter told Reuters. If it manages to conclude the probes, Amazon escapes a fine of up to 10 percent... Read more

date1 year ago
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