Lawsuit claims company set ‘unfair price’ by taking users’ personal data without proper compensation.
Facebook is notifying nearly 50,000 users in more than 100 countries that they may have been targets of hacking attempts by private surveillance companies working for government agencies
Norwegian authority says ruling would make data protection law ‘pointless’.
In ordering Facebook to sell Giphy, the CMA has gone further than any other competition regulator in the world.
The Data Protection Commission (DPC) submitted a draft decision in an inquiry into Instagram to other Concerned Supervisory Authorities across the EU.
The European Commission has given its clearest signal yet that it’s prepared to intervene over weak enforcement of the EU’s data protection rules against big tech.
Austrian lawyer Max Schrems has filed a complaint after the Irish data protection commissioner put his privacy organisation under pressure to sign a non-disclosure agreement.
Facebook has delayed a rollout of encrypted messaging amid fears such a move could put children at greater risk of exploitation and abuse.
Saying it wants “to find the right balance” with the technology, the social network will delete the face scan data of more than one billion users.