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Germany: Data breach prompts calls for improved online security

German government officials on Monday, January 7, called for a tightening of data security laws after a far-reaching breach exposed the documents of hundreds...

Japan: Regulator to set rules for data-sharing tie-ups

According to a report from Nikkei, Japan's antitrust regulator will craft rules for cross-sector partnerships in high-tech fields like automated driving and connected devices,...
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Apple/Shazam: Data Is Power, But Not A Problem Here

December 2018 CPI EU News Column edited by Thibault Schrepel, Sam Sadden & Jan Roth (CPI) presents: Apple/Shazam: Data Is Power, But Not A Problem Here By...

UK: Global politicians question Facebook over data collection

Politicians from around the world today said they are 'deeply disappointed' at Mark Zuckerberg and posted a picture of his empty chair on the...

Acquisitions in the Third Party Tracking Industry: Competition and Data Protection...

Posted by Social Science Research Network Acquisitions in the Third Party Tracking Industry: Competition and Data Protection Aspects By Reuben Binns (University of Oxford) & Elettra...

EU: Vestager opens probe into Amazon

Amazon’s business model is under the spotlight in Europe after the EU’s antitrust watchdog launched a preliminary investigation into how the platform uses data...

Australia: ACCC warns telcos against ‘unlimited’ services

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) has taken a dim view of mobile telcos' "unlimited" data services that came partially impaired by a...

EU: Mundt says Facebook data is an antitrust issue

If Facebook’s terms and conditions on data access are not in line with data protection and privacy rules, that should be an issue for...

EU: Mammoth new data-protection law comes into effect

Global Data Protection Rules (GDPR) will be applicable in Europe from May 25, 2018, and businesses, if not compliant, will see hefty penalties. Protection of...

US: Senators ask FTC to investigate Google’s Location tracking

Two US senators have asked the nation's Federal Trade Commission (FTC) to take another look at Google's location harvesting. Democrat Senators Richard Blumenthal and Edward...
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