Following the Schrems II ruling and invalidation of the US-EU Privacy Shield, the Council of Europe has said that intelligence services need to stop spying on individuals’ digital communications.
In March, electoral data for 75% of the Maltese population was exposed in a data breach, including their polling booth, polling box numbers and voting preferences. Get insights on the power of voter data and the need for more care.
Europe’s highest court will soon deliver a judgement on the 'Schrems II' case that could see the controversial Privacy Shield accord between the EU and the U.S. struck down.
20 NGOs from across the world published a common statement about their serious concerns on Google's access to health data with the planned takeover of Fitbit.
Survey shows that Europeans are definitely more aware of their data protection rights and have much lesser trust in private companies compared to the public bodies.
European Commission announced an interoperability solution for decentralized coronavirus infection track and trace apps that relies on a gateway service to share information between EU countries.
New ‘European cloud’ project Gaia-X will provide a platform for businesses to search for data storage providers that comply with Europe's data protection laws.
Users are still not trusting secure authentication methods like biometric recognition despite their fear of increasing cyber threats during COVID-19 pandemic outbreak.