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App Annie Pays $10 Million to Settle SEC Securities Fraud Charge

App Annie, the mobile app data firm, has agreed to pay $10 million to settle SEC charges of securities fraud.

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SaaS Has a Problem: 40% of Data Access Unmanaged

Software as a Service (SaaS) may be one of tech’s hottest fields, but it has a security problem, with 40% of data access unmanaged.

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China’s Regulators May Ban Data-Heavy Companies From US IPOs

China’s regulators may look to ban data-heavy companies from pursing IPOs in the US.

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UK Looks to Revamp Privacy Policy Post-Brexit

The United Kingdom is looking to revamp its privacy policy in the wake of Brexit, making a break from the EU’s GDPR.

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Keystrokes and Mouse Clicks: Amazon’s Plan to Monitor Customer Service Staff

Amazon is rolling out a sweeping monitoring program, with the goal of tracking the keystrokes and mouse clicks of its customer service staff.

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Google Cloud Unveils New Tools to Unify Data

Google Cloud has unveiled its latest innovations, aimed at helping companies unify database, analytics and AI.

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HPE Buys Ampool to Improve SQL-Based Hybrid Analytics

Hewlett-Packard Enterprise (HPE) has announced its acquisition of Ampool, in an effort to modernize the SQL stack.

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Supreme Court Gives LinkedIn Another Chance to Shield Data

The U.S. Supreme is giving LinkedIn another chance to prevent its user data from being harvested, in a case with far-reaching implications.

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Facebook Loses Fight to Block EU-US Data Law

Facebook has lost a major battle against an EU privacy law, one that would prevent EU data from being sent to the US.

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Microsoft Will Keep EU Data in the EU

Microsoft has upped its commitment to EU data privacy, promising to keep EU data within the bloc.