Facebook has come up with a clever workaround that takes advantage of Brexit; it's simply going to move local users to California to evade EU privacy rules.
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Clearview AI's controversial facial recognition software is facing legal complaints in the EU challenging the troubled company on the basis of violating data protection laws by "scraping" websites.”
European Commission has approved a new version of the Standard Contractual Clauses (SCCs) for data transfer agreements in line with the Schrems II decision.
The investigation is scrutinizing major cloud services that are widely used by EU agencies, such as Amazon AWS and Microsoft Azure, to determine if they are GDPR-compliant.
The first signs of legal action against Facebook over the recent data leak have appeared, as an EU digital privacy group has announced plans to take the social media giant to court in Ireland.