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Popular video-sharing platform TikTok on Tuesday agreed to pause a controversial privacy policy update that could have allowed it to serve targeted ads based on users’ activity on the social video platform without their permission to do so. The reversal, reported by TechCrunch, comes a day after the Italian data protection authority — the Garante […]

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It was May 25th, 2018, and the sun was certainly shining in many of the (then) 28 European Union member states. In the offices of many companies in (and often also outside) the EU, this was a day of chaos. In the run-up to that day, the companies had sent out countless emails to their […]

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The UK Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) has fined facial recognition database firm Clearview AI more than £7.5 million (around $9.4 million) for breaching the UK GDPR. The ICO has also ordered Clearview to stop scraping and using the personal data of UK residents, and to delete the data of UK residents from its systems. Read […]

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