Dutch antitrust authority fines Apple for fifth time (aggregate: €25M) over alleged non compliance with dating app payment system ruling
Fosspatents.com · 2023-03-02 4 min Dutch tech reporter Nando Kasteleijn of NOS just reported on Twitter that the Authority for consumers & Markets--the Dutch antitrust authority--has imposed another contempt sanction on Apple of €5 million ($5.7 million) for this calendar week, on top of €20 million ($22.
EU Cyber Resilience Act
Digital-strategy.ec.europa.eu · 2023-02-09 1 min From baby-monitors to smart-watches, products and software that contain a digital component are omnipresent in our daily lives. Less apparent to many users is the security risk such products and software may present. The Commission’s proposal for a new Cyber Resilience Act (CR
Digital Euro: acting for a privacy friendly model
Cnil.fr · 2023-02-06 3 min The digital euro: what is at stake for the freedoms of citizens The European Central Bank (ECB) has launched in the summer of 2021 an investigation phase to develop a digital form of the euro. For this institution, one of the objectives is to maintain a link between citizens and
Euro numérique : agir pour un modèle respectueux de la vie privée
Cnil.fr · 2023-02-02 3 min L’euro numérique : des risques pour les libertés des citoyens français et européensLa Banque centrale européenne (BCE) a lancé à l’été 2021 une phase d’investigation pour développer une forme numérique de l’euro. Pour cette institution, l’un des objectifs es
EUR Lex 32019R0881 EN
Eur-lex.europa.eu · 2023-01-31 153 min REGULATION (EU) 2019/881 OF THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT AND OF THE COUNCILof 17 April 2019on ENISA (the European Union Agency for Cybersecurity) and on information and communications technology cybersecurity certification and repealing Regulation (EU) No 526/2013 (Cybersecurity Act
How to legally use Google Analytics in Europe
Vischer.com · 2023-01-18 39 min Many website operators in Europe are at a loss: Is Google Analytics illegal? This is what recent decisions and statements by European Data Protection Authorities suggest, and some of them even say so directly. On closer inspection the situation is less black and white. Google A
AG Racine Announces Google Must Pay $9.5 Million for Using "Dark Patterns" and Deceptive Location Tracking Practices that Invade Users' Privacy
Oag.dc.gov · 2023-01-13 4 min Continues OAG’s Work to Hold Big Tech Companies Accountable and Protect consumers’ PrivacyWASHINGTON, D.C. – Attorney General Karl A. Racine today announced that Google will pay $9.5 million to resolve allegations that it deceived and manipulated consumers to gain access
Amazon Must Turn Over Extensive Records in Alexa Privacy Lawsuit
News.bloomberglaw.com · 2022-11-06 1 min Amazon.com Inc. must produce millions of documents in response to discovery requests in a potential class action over the marketing of its Alexa-enabled devices and their recording of users’ conversations, a federal judge ruled.Kaeli Garner, Ricky Babani, and other plaintiffs a
5 privacy policy mistakes to watch out for
Startpage.com · 2022-08-26 6 min When was the last time you read a privacy policy? Guest author Dan Arel explains which 5 things you should pay particular attention to when reading a privacy policy.Running ThinkPrivacy.ch means that every day I am sent new product and service recommendations from companies and/o
American Phone Tracking Firm Demo’d Surveillance Powers by Spying on CIA and NSA
Theintercept.com · 2022-08-12 17 min In the months leading up to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, two obscure American startups met to discuss a potential surveillance partnership that would merge the ability to track the movements of billions of people via their phones with a constant stream of data purchased dire
Google urged to stop collecting phone location data before Roe v. Wade reversal
Arstechnica.com · 2022-05-26 5 min Enlarge / A pro-choice demonstrator in front of the US Supreme Court in Washington, DC, on May 11, 2022. Getty Images | Stefani Reynolds More than 40 Democratic members of Congress called on Google to stop collecting and retaining customer location data that prosecutors could use

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