A report from Europol’s cross-border digital evidence team shows how the nationality of a business affects the data it will supply.
Apple’s identifier for advertisers (IDFA) may have violated the EU rules that also require user consent for non-essential cookies.
The AIDA project will adapt the RAID RAFM system for federated machine learning with help from several universities.
Max Schrems won another case about EU-US arrangements for personal data but nobody expects EU authorities to take action.
The burden on telcos to provide data to customers could be greatly increased if the activists who destroyed the US-EU data protection safe harbor succeed with their latest legal challenge.
The widespread adoption of origin based pricing in Europe is effectively a stealth tax that further encourages customers to switch to OTT services.
From satellite tracking to CDR data to contact-tracing apps, many mechanisms are being used to monitor people’s movements. This raises concerns about the balance between health and privacy.
Ofcom, the UK regulator, wants to ban the locking of mobile phones to networks, saying it is ‘not essential’ to reducing fraud.
Over 200 servers were seized on the same day by authorities in several European countries.
A new European Union law will protect whistleblowers from retaliation if they draw attention to crimes like money laundering or the abuse of personal data.