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European Union (EU) regulators have found that the way Meta uses targeted advertising across Facebook and Instagram is illegal in the region, and has issued both services with fines totalling €390 million. A statement(opens in new tab) given by Ireland’s Data Protection Commission (DPC) claims that the company has three months to change up its […]

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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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Passengers arriving from the EU, Iceland, Lichtenstein, Norway and Switzerland are no longer required to quarantine if they are fully vaccinated, have recently recovered from coronavirus, or received a negative PCR test in the past 72 hours. Previously all European arrivals were required to quarantine at home for up to two weeks, with the possibility […]

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