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UK Fines British Airways $25.8M Over Data Breach

British Airways (BA) must pay a US$25.8 million fine for lacking the proper security measures that might have prevented a hacker in...
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Australia’s Watchdog Focuses On Construction Sector

The Australian competition watchdog is “prioritizing” an investigation of the construction sector amid concerns that large software providers are charging exorbitant rates...
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Senate Committee Met To Discuss Federal Data Privacy Legislation

The Senate Committee on Commerce, Science and Transportation met on Wednesday to discuss federal data privacy legislation.  ACA International,...

 Irish Regulator Seeks To Halt Facebook US Data Transfers

The Data Protection Commission of Ireland has provided Facebook with a preliminary mandate to halt data transfers to the United States regarding...
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China To Debut New Set Global Data-Security Rules

China is launching its own initiative to set global standards on data security, countering U.S. efforts to persuade like-minded countries to ringfence...

India’s Proposed Data Rules Prompt US Tech Pushback

A plan by India to regulate what it terms “non-personal” data has roiled the executives of Big Tech companies like Amazon, Facebook and Google and advocates for freedom and...

Canada’s Watchdog Tackles $6.1B Data Deal

The Competition Bureau registered a consent agreement with the Competition Tribunal to address its concerns related to WESCO International's $6.1B acquisition of...

Antitrust & Data Protection Discussed At FTC Senate Hearing

The five leaders of the Federal Trade Commission testified together before a Senate panel for the first time in nearly two years...

Amazon Continues To Investigate Employee Use of Third-Party Data

Jeff Bezos, Chief Executive of Amazon, said the company continues to investigate the allegations behind a Wall Street Journal article in April...

Facebook Gains Court Reprieve On EU Antitrust Data Request

Facebook has won the first round of its court battle against what it claims are excessive demands from European Union antitrust regulators...


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