Facebook Libra cryptocurrency is facing strong pushback in Europe with concerns raised over the systemic risks to the global financial system and potential data privacy issues.
Council of Europe recently published a guideline on how to use algorithms and automation in algorithmic decision making while protecting human rights at the same time.
DPC has opened a privacy investigation against Google over location tracking and its capacity to collect massive location data that could be in breach of GDPR regulations.
ECB survey found that EU residents are most interested in having the proposed "digital euro" respect their privacy as the CBDC plan seeks to create a freely accessible digital means of payment.
The annual ENISA threat landscape report is one of the most helpful tools for keeping a finger on the pulse of current trends in cyber threats. This year's report highlights the dramatic rise in denial of service and cryptojacking attacks.
European Commission publishes joint risk assessment report on 5G security highlighting the need for a "new security paradigm" to ensure high level of cybersecurity preparedness.
Authorities may need to consider stricter approach to the use of facial recognition technologies as first GDPR fine was issued to a Swedish school.
Big Tech companies are feeling more pressure in Europe with the proposal of two new antitrust policies. Together the "Digital Markets Act" and "Digital Services Act" would limit use of personal and business data.
One probe calls TikTok’s #GDPR compliance into question due to data transfers to China. The other is on a theme that has been causing TikTok problems for years now: its collection and handling of the personal data of children.