Twitter will pay a GDPR fine of €450,000 (about $546,000) in the first EU cross-border enforcement action brought against a tech giant.
French data regulator CNIL has hit tech giants Google and Amazon with some heavy penalties for placing non-essential tracking cookies. Google will pay €100 million and Amazon will pay €35 million.
With July 1 CCPA enforcement deadline fast approaching, have organizations taken the necessary steps to achieve compliance and remain compliant in the future?
IoT regulations without real penalties will let manufacturers and service providers continue their focus on ease of use at the expense of security and privacy best practices.
Four of the largest U.S. wireless carriers, T-Mobile, AT&T, Verizon and Sprint, face a potential collective fine of $200 million for failing to secure location data sold to third parties.
New GDPR complaint filed against Amazon alleged that the company’s email security failed to encrypt emails sent between the platform's third-party sellers and their customers.
Proposed privacy bill will establish a new federal Data Protection Agency responsible for creating national privacy rules and have broad enforcement powers by way of fines and civil penalties.
As consumer privacy issues continue to grow, privacy professionals should look at the overall landscape of the litigation risks to better plan for comprehensive data privacy policies.