E-Verify is a massive federal data system used to verify the eligibility of job applicants to work in the United States. The U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS), U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), and the U.S. Social Security Administration (SSA) administer E-Verify.
The developer of zcash has announced the first integration of its zero-knowledge privacy tech into JPMorgan’s enterprise grade Quorum blockchain.
With telehealth on the cusp of rapid growth, healthcare entities must carefully assess and address critical privacy and security issues, says regulatory attorney.
Challenge brought by Privacy International alleges MI5 and MI6 bulk data-sharing regimes and legal oversight system are illegal.
The Supreme Court agreed to hear the federal government’s case against Microsoft, in which it seeks access to emails held overseas.
The Office of the Australian Information and Privacy Commissioner has published draft resources for the Notifiable Data Breaches scheme, asking for public comment.
Australia’s Prime minister plays down privacy implications of automated face-matching regime under anti-terrorism deal struck with states.
A UK businessman has been barred from repeating false statements he made about a rival company and one of its senior employees, and ordered not to process the personal data of that employee again.
Google is facing a new lawsuit over allegations that it shared the names and other personally identifiable information of people who purchased apps with developers.