Regional data-sharing rules are outdated and ineffective for international data flows, Elizabeth Denham says.
Multimillion-pound fines could be imposed for nuisance or fraudulent calls and texts under a proposed overhaul of the UK’s data rules.
Digital privacy laws help control how your data is stored, shared, and used by big businesses—but those protections vary wildly depending on where you live.
A new law gives Australian police unprecedented powers for online surveillance, data interception and altering data.
Companies must pay closer attention to what they say after hackers strike, lawyers warn, as regulators crack down on inaccurate disclosures and Congress debates mandatory reporting of cybersecurity breaches.
Government proposals to liberalise the UK’s data protection regime in support of increased innovation, research and economic growth have prompted discussion among data privacy and infosec experts.
Congress has failed to regulate tech, so states and cities are stepping in with their own approaches to food delivery apps, AI regulation and, yes, privacy. Tech doesn’t like what it sees.
As the invalidation of the EU-U.S. Privacy Shield continues to cast uncertainty over data flows, the need for federal privacy legislation looms larger than ever.