Google continues to send data from EU websites to the US – despite two Court of Justice rulings.
How the expansion of data privacy laws and advertising technology standards limits companies’ ability to use third-party data for retargeting.
Police tapped the surveillance system to identify and detain dozens of people who attended last week’s protests in the Russian capital in support of jailed Kremlin foe Alexey Navalny.
Ensuring compliance with data protection laws has become so complicated that companies must make room for regulatory and ethics experts in product engineering processes.
Signal tried to buy “multi-variant targeted” ads on Instagram to show what parent company Facebook knows about its users.
The partnership is the latest trend showing a convergence between the telecoms market and Silicon Valley.
Spain’s data protection authority recently ordered Equifax Inc. to delete data it collected this way and pay a fine of about $1.1 million for using in credit reports publicly available information from tax authorities and other government sources about individuals’ outstanding debts.