Government-in-waiting’s stance on AI may nudge other EU countries in same direction.
The 2021 Global Passenger Survey from the International Air Travel Association (IATA) highlighted how biometric data collection is perceived and used within the air travel industry.
Another complaint against Amazon Europe: a customer made an access request to find out why he was denied certain payment options; he did not receive a reply.
The privacy-focused tech company’s latest update promises to block invasive data collection across your whole phone.
Records show LA police trialed social media surveillance tech from Voyager Labs, which claims its software can predict crimes and help monitor private messages.
The U.K.’s data protection watchdog asked Apple and Google details on how they assess apps to determine the age ratings they apply.
Travelers to the country are having their biometric data given to private companies under a program recently uncovered by civil rights advocates.
The update improves both privacy and security for complicated transactions through new signatures that make them look like any other exchange.
Facebook plans to remove detailed ad-targeting options that refer to “sensitive” topics, such as race, health, religious practices, political beliefs or sexual orientation.
Congress, the Federal Trade Commission, state regulators and others are lining up for a possible crackdown on auto-renewals and other potentially deceptive practices.