Specifically, the issue was whether or to what extent Art. 15 GDPR grants a right to receive copies of e-mails.
Apps that generate fake one-time emails can create just one more disruption to publisher first-party data and identity goals.
Some say the proposed guidance from its biggest trade group could have gone further in advising companies on how to gain people’s consent while complying with privacy regulations.
Court in Germany last month ordered Tutanota to help investigators monitor the contents of a user’s encrypted mailbox.
A federal judge secretly ruled last year that the F.B.I.’s procedures for searching for Americans’ emails within a repository of intercepted messages that were gathered without a warrant violated Fourth Amendment privacy rights, newly declassified files showed. The F.B.I. improperly searched the repository for information involving large numbers of Americans who fit within general categories […]
Former Yahoo! software engineer has pleaded guilty in a California federal court to one count of computer intrusion after breaking into customers’ Yahoo! emails and accounts at other service providers to obtain private data, mainly sexual images and videos of account holders. He abused his internal access at Yahoo! to hack into about 6,000 accounts […]
Another day, another mega data breach. Except this one is different. More than two billion unencrypted records with very detailed information including mortgage data and credit scoring. So, what’s happened and what should you do next? Full article: 2 Billion Unencrypted Records Leaked In Marketing Data Breach — What Happened And What To Do Next
An online email verification service has taken itself offline after approximately 809 million of its customers’ emails were exposed through an unprotected server. Researchers discovered a non-password protected MongoDB instance amounting to 150GB of data split across four separate collections last week. They analysed this exposed data, 808,593,939 records in total, and published their findings […]