After France’s Supervisory Authority found that Google violated the EU’s GDPR, the CNIL fined the company millions. What does this mean for Google, GDPR, and data collection?
The European Union and United States are reevaluating their current manufacturing laws related to appliance repair, which might help end users in the long run.
Senator Rubio from Florida announced the bill earlier this month in hopes of federally regulating big tech companies’ data collection and dissemination methods.
Martin Gottesfeld was recently sentenced to 10 years in prison after launching DDoS attacks against Boston hospitals on behalf of the #OpJustina campaign.
Despite a harsh condemnation that resulted in promises to prioritize consumer privacy, cell carriers are still selling location data to dubious middlemen.
Marriott is dealing with the largest data breach in history and admitting to not properly securing passport numbers.
Though legislators tried to protect net neutrality from regulation rollbacks imposed by the FCC, the fate of the internet will likely be left up to the Supreme Court.
Australia recently passed a bill that gives the government a concerning amount of access to encrypted data and makes such data more easily exploitable to hackers.
While data collection can help a company keep tabs on how well it’s doing, it might not be able to paint the whole picture of what a company needs to do to improve.