It's fair to say that TikTok is having an even rougher 2020 than most companies with French privacy regulator CNIL opening a probe into parent company ByteDance's operations.
Google threatened to cut a consortium of European media companies off from its network of personalized ads if they followed through their plans to use new TCF data privacy measures to prevent data collection.
Cybercriminals are carrying out cyber espionage on European defense companies by posing as recruiters working in U.S. defense groups and deploying malware over LinkedIn.
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.
Recent disclosure reveals the EU parliament suffered a major data breach exposing sensitive data of over 1,200 elected members of the European Parliament alongside 15,000 other accounts of EU affairs professionals.
The European strategy for data encourages data sharing but will be faced with problems of competition between companies, and issues of privacy and data protection.
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.
On 19 February the European Commission presented three papers setting out no less than the digital future of the EU. So what are they exactly and why are they not laws?