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Instagram Threads, the upcoming Twitter competitor from Meta, will not be launched in the European Union due to privacy concerns, according to Ireland’s Data Protection Commission (DPC). The development was reported by the Irish Independent, which said the watchdog has been in contact with the social media giant about the new product and confirmed the […]

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Ireland’s Data Protection Commission said by email Monday that it made a final decision last week to fine the company 405 million euros ($402 million), though the full details won’t be released until next week. The penalty is the second-biggest issued under the EU’s stringent privacy rules, after Luxembourg’s regulators fined Amazon 746 million euros […]

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Ireland’s Data Protection Commission has fined WhatsApp 225 million euros ($266 million) after finding that it violated the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation by failing to disclose to users how their data was being shared with parent company Facebook. In addition to the fine, the 266-page decision by the DPC, which enforces GDPR compliance in […]

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