According to Giovanni Buttarelli, the Privacy Paradox has already shaped the way we think about privacy in the digital age and could help to determine the next evolution of privacy regulation.
LinkedIn accused of gathering 18 million email addresses of non-users and using those addresses for targeted Facebook advertising. And the Irish Data Protection Commissioner got a bit irate – and rightly so.
Sir Tim Berners-Lee argues that nothing short of a ‘revolution’ will stem abuse of the Internet and a new Internet Charter, a new Magna Carta, is essential to force tech giants to take concrete action to reinvent how the Internet is monetized and regulated.
Today's children are being "datafied" from the moment they're born. Parents are now increasingly anxious over the expanding commercial collection and exploitation of children’s data, with potential consequences that can lead to extremely unsafe situations for both the child and the family.
The prospects for a federal privacy bill actually being signed into law in the United States in 2019 just took another big step forward with a proposal from Intel.
A new report offers a never-before-seen look at Google data collection practices, raising new questions about the extent to which the top tech companies in the world collect and collate user data without their permission or knowledge.
Data collection and analytics from connected vehicles has troubling implications for the individual's privacy, not least because they simply have no choice. The use of motor vehicles is such a fundamental part of modern life that the invasion of privacy is all but unavoidable if new legislation is not promulgated.