France is the latest country to crack down on Google Analytics, over concerns it violates the GDPR the EU’s privacy legislation.
Amazon has been hit with a whopping $888 million fine from the EU over how it handled private data.
Microsoft has upped its commitment to EU data privacy, promising to keep EU data within the bloc.
California voters passed Proposition 24, widely considered to be version 2.0 of the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA).
Sweden’s largest insurer, Folksam, has admitted to accidentally leaking the private data of one million of its customers to tech firms.
Google is being sued for $3 billion in the UK over allegations that YouTube tracks children, violating the UK’s privacy laws.
An EU court has struck down a privacy agreement that made it possible to share the data of EU citizens with the US.
Following a six month grace period, California has begun enforcing its new privacy regulation, effective July 1.
Austrian privacy advocate Max Schrems has levied a complaint against Google, accusing the search giant of tracking users and passing the info to advertisers.
Popular email app Newton Mail has received another lease on life, thanks to new owners who are taking over for Andy Rubin’s failed startup Essential.
Twitter took a big step backward in its efforts to protect user privacy, eliminating user control over data used for advertising.
Brexit may have finally happened, but one side effect people may not have anticipated is losing GDPR protection as Google may be moving UK data out of the EU.
Mozilla’s standalone Firefox VPN service has entered beta and is available for Windows, Android and Chromebooks.
Salesforce co-CEO Keith Block has come out in favor of a national privacy law, according to CNBC. Privacy is becoming one of the biggest battlegrounds for companies, governments and individuals alike. The U.S., however, does not have a comprehensive privacy…