Data Privacy

'Data Privacy' - 947 News Result(s)

  • US FTC Considering New Rules to Rein in Tech Firms' Collection of Personal Data, Protect Privacy
    Associated Press | Friday August 12, 2022
    The US Federal Trade Commission (FTC) on Thursday announced an initiative seeking public comment on the effects of companies’ data collection and the potential benefit of new rules to protect consumers’ privacy. The federal regulator is looking at drafting rules to crack down on what they call harmful commercial surveillance and lax data securi...
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  • Google Ordered To Pay $43 Million For Misleading Users: Australian Watchdog
    World News | Reuters | Friday August 12, 2022
    Australia's competition watchdog said on Friday that Alphabet Inc's Google unit was ordered by the country's Federal Court to pay A$60 million ($42.7 million) in penalties for misleading users on collection of their personal location data.
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  • How Online Privacy Has Changed Users’ Data Protection Since US Supreme Court Ruling Against Abortion
    Associated Press | Thursday August 11, 2022
    Facebook messages of a mother-daughter duo over abortion are being investigated in Nebraska after the US Supreme Court ruling on Roe vs Wade. Since the ruling, there has been a concern on how collected location data, text messages, search histories, emails and seemingly innocuous period and ovulation-tracking apps could be used to prosecute people ...
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  • Opinion: As India Reconsiders Data Privacy Rules, What's At Stake
    Opinion | Andy Mukherjee | Bloomberg | Tuesday August 9, 2022
    After five years of negotiations involving the government, tech companies and civil society activists, the world's largest democracy is sending its debate on privacy back to the drawing board.
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  • Is India at Risk of Chinese-Style Surveillance Capitalism?: Andy Mukherjee
    Andy Mukherjee | Bloomberg | Tuesday August 9, 2022
    India’s privacy debate has seen major changes in the last few years. The government has recently scraped the personal data protection bill, and decided to replace it with “a comprehensive legal framework”. This may bring little cheer to Big Tech if the replacement turns out to be even more draconian. Twitter and Meta’s WhatsApp have already...
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  • TRAI Seeks Views on Big Data, AI Adoption to Improve Telecom Services, Enhance Network Security
    Press Trust of India | Saturday August 6, 2022
    TRAI has floated a consultation paper to seek views on using artificial intelligence and big data to improve telecom services and enhance network security, the telecom regulator announced on Friday. It is seeking opinions on the risks in the adoption of AI and BD, such as unethical use, bias in data and algorithms, privacy, model instability, regul...
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  • Government Hopes to Pass New Data Bill by Budget Session, IT Industry Seeks Participation  in Consultation
    Press Trust of India | Thursday August 4, 2022
    The central government said it will introduce a new framework in place of the withdrawn Personal Data Protection Bill that covers all aspects of digital economy with dedicated rules for data privacy, emerging technologies, and data governance framework, Union minister Rajeev Chandrasekhar said on Wednesday. The next version of the bill along with I...
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  • Government Withdraws Personal Data Protection Bill, to Be Replaced With Comprehensive Framework, MoS IT Says
    Reuters | Wednesday August 3, 2022
    The government on Wednesday withdrew the Personal Data Protection Bill, 2021 from parliament, stating that it would be replaced with a comprehensive framework of Global standard laws including Digital Privacy laws for contemporary and future challenges. The legislation, which had alarmed big tech firms, has been under consideration for several year...
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  • Privacy Tracker Retracts Paytm Mall Leak Claim, Believes Leak Was ‘Fabricated’
    David Delima | Friday July 29, 2022
    Have I Been Pwned, the privacy tracker that helps users check if their data has been compromised by data breaches, has retracted its claim that Paytm Mall was hacked in 2020. HIBP creator Troy Hunt tweeted on Friday stating that the what was claimed was personal data of 3.4 million users, allegedly sourced from the two-year-old data breach, appeare...
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  • Privacy Sandbox: Google Will Phase Out Third-Party Cookies in Chrome Starting 2024 H2
    Sourabh Kulesh | Thursday July 28, 2022
    Google has announced that it is postponing phasing out third-party cookies in Chrome to 2024 even as it expanded the testing of Privacy Sandbox APIs to more population. The solution aims to provide private browsing and targeted advertising.
    gadgets360.com
  • Democrats Widen Scrutiny of US Tech Companies Over Abortion Data Privacy
    Associated Press | Friday July 22, 2022
    Democratic representatives are widening their scrutiny into the role of tech companies in collecting the personal data of people who may be seeking an abortion. Recently, six House Democrats have asked the top executives of Amazon’s cloud-service network and major cloud provider Oracle about the companies’ handling of consumers’ location data...
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  • Google India Continues to Engage With Policymakers on Data Protection Legalisation, Assures Company Executive
    Press Trust of India | Thursday July 21, 2022
    Google advocated free flow of information for global internet and digital economy, while cautioning against creation of "damaging or harmful impediments". Google's Global Chief Privacy Officer also said that Google's local teams in India and global public policy teams continue to engage with policymakers locally and around the world on data protect...
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  • Even if TikTok and Other Apps Are Collecting Your Data, What Are the Actual Consequences?
    The Conversation | Thursday July 21, 2022
    TikTok collects vast amounts of personal data from its users, like other social media companies, in order to serve them ads. However, unlike other apps, TikTok’s corporate roots extend to authoritarian China, which carries implications for users of the app. From censorship to privacy issues, here are the risks of apps like TikTok collecting your ...
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  • Microsoft Cloud for Sovereignty for Governments Launched; Aims to Compete With Amazon, Google
    Gadgets 360 Staff With Input From Reuters | Wednesday July 20, 2022
    Microsoft Cloud for sovereignty was announced by the company on Tuesday as the company’s public cloud for government customers. The ‘sovereign’ cloud service will offer customers greater control over their data, and is expected to help the company better compete with rivals such as Amazon Web Services and Alphabet's Google.
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  • Tesla Faces German Lawsuit Over Privacy Concerns, Emissions Claims: All Details
    Agence France-Presse | Tuesday July 19, 2022
    Tesla has been sued by a German consumer group, over data privacy concerns and the company’s claims of reducing emissions through the purchase of its cars. The group’s lawsuit said users of Tesla’s sentry mode "would need to obtain consent for the processing of personal data from passers-by who happened to walk past the car". The suit also cl...
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'Data Privacy' - 947 News Result(s)

  • US FTC Considering New Rules to Rein in Tech Firms' Collection of Personal Data, Protect Privacy
    Associated Press | Friday August 12, 2022
    The US Federal Trade Commission (FTC) on Thursday announced an initiative seeking public comment on the effects of companies’ data collection and the potential benefit of new rules to protect consumers’ privacy. The federal regulator is looking at drafting rules to crack down on what they call harmful commercial surveillance and lax data securi...
    gadgets360.com
  • Google Ordered To Pay $43 Million For Misleading Users: Australian Watchdog
    World News | Reuters | Friday August 12, 2022
    Australia's competition watchdog said on Friday that Alphabet Inc's Google unit was ordered by the country's Federal Court to pay A$60 million ($42.7 million) in penalties for misleading users on collection of their personal location data.
    www.ndtv.com
  • How Online Privacy Has Changed Users’ Data Protection Since US Supreme Court Ruling Against Abortion
    Associated Press | Thursday August 11, 2022
    Facebook messages of a mother-daughter duo over abortion are being investigated in Nebraska after the US Supreme Court ruling on Roe vs Wade. Since the ruling, there has been a concern on how collected location data, text messages, search histories, emails and seemingly innocuous period and ovulation-tracking apps could be used to prosecute people ...
    gadgets360.com
  • Opinion: As India Reconsiders Data Privacy Rules, What's At Stake
    Opinion | Andy Mukherjee | Bloomberg | Tuesday August 9, 2022
    After five years of negotiations involving the government, tech companies and civil society activists, the world's largest democracy is sending its debate on privacy back to the drawing board.
    www.ndtv.com
  • Is India at Risk of Chinese-Style Surveillance Capitalism?: Andy Mukherjee
    Andy Mukherjee | Bloomberg | Tuesday August 9, 2022
    India’s privacy debate has seen major changes in the last few years. The government has recently scraped the personal data protection bill, and decided to replace it with “a comprehensive legal framework”. This may bring little cheer to Big Tech if the replacement turns out to be even more draconian. Twitter and Meta’s WhatsApp have already...
    gadgets360.com
  • TRAI Seeks Views on Big Data, AI Adoption to Improve Telecom Services, Enhance Network Security
    Press Trust of India | Saturday August 6, 2022
    TRAI has floated a consultation paper to seek views on using artificial intelligence and big data to improve telecom services and enhance network security, the telecom regulator announced on Friday. It is seeking opinions on the risks in the adoption of AI and BD, such as unethical use, bias in data and algorithms, privacy, model instability, regul...
    gadgets360.com
  • Government Hopes to Pass New Data Bill by Budget Session, IT Industry Seeks Participation  in Consultation
    Press Trust of India | Thursday August 4, 2022
    The central government said it will introduce a new framework in place of the withdrawn Personal Data Protection Bill that covers all aspects of digital economy with dedicated rules for data privacy, emerging technologies, and data governance framework, Union minister Rajeev Chandrasekhar said on Wednesday. The next version of the bill along with I...
    gadgets360.com
  • Government Withdraws Personal Data Protection Bill, to Be Replaced With Comprehensive Framework, MoS IT Says
    Reuters | Wednesday August 3, 2022
    The government on Wednesday withdrew the Personal Data Protection Bill, 2021 from parliament, stating that it would be replaced with a comprehensive framework of Global standard laws including Digital Privacy laws for contemporary and future challenges. The legislation, which had alarmed big tech firms, has been under consideration for several year...
    gadgets360.com
  • Privacy Tracker Retracts Paytm Mall Leak Claim, Believes Leak Was ‘Fabricated’
    David Delima | Friday July 29, 2022
    Have I Been Pwned, the privacy tracker that helps users check if their data has been compromised by data breaches, has retracted its claim that Paytm Mall was hacked in 2020. HIBP creator Troy Hunt tweeted on Friday stating that the what was claimed was personal data of 3.4 million users, allegedly sourced from the two-year-old data breach, appeare...
    gadgets360.com
  • Privacy Sandbox: Google Will Phase Out Third-Party Cookies in Chrome Starting 2024 H2
    Sourabh Kulesh | Thursday July 28, 2022
    Google has announced that it is postponing phasing out third-party cookies in Chrome to 2024 even as it expanded the testing of Privacy Sandbox APIs to more population. The solution aims to provide private browsing and targeted advertising.
    gadgets360.com
  • Democrats Widen Scrutiny of US Tech Companies Over Abortion Data Privacy
    Associated Press | Friday July 22, 2022
    Democratic representatives are widening their scrutiny into the role of tech companies in collecting the personal data of people who may be seeking an abortion. Recently, six House Democrats have asked the top executives of Amazon’s cloud-service network and major cloud provider Oracle about the companies’ handling of consumers’ location data...
    gadgets360.com
  • Google India Continues to Engage With Policymakers on Data Protection Legalisation, Assures Company Executive
    Press Trust of India | Thursday July 21, 2022
    Google advocated free flow of information for global internet and digital economy, while cautioning against creation of "damaging or harmful impediments". Google's Global Chief Privacy Officer also said that Google's local teams in India and global public policy teams continue to engage with policymakers locally and around the world on data protect...
    gadgets360.com
  • Even if TikTok and Other Apps Are Collecting Your Data, What Are the Actual Consequences?
    The Conversation | Thursday July 21, 2022
    TikTok collects vast amounts of personal data from its users, like other social media companies, in order to serve them ads. However, unlike other apps, TikTok’s corporate roots extend to authoritarian China, which carries implications for users of the app. From censorship to privacy issues, here are the risks of apps like TikTok collecting your ...
    gadgets360.com
  • Microsoft Cloud for Sovereignty for Governments Launched; Aims to Compete With Amazon, Google
    Gadgets 360 Staff With Input From Reuters | Wednesday July 20, 2022
    Microsoft Cloud for sovereignty was announced by the company on Tuesday as the company’s public cloud for government customers. The ‘sovereign’ cloud service will offer customers greater control over their data, and is expected to help the company better compete with rivals such as Amazon Web Services and Alphabet's Google.
    gadgets360.com
  • Tesla Faces German Lawsuit Over Privacy Concerns, Emissions Claims: All Details
    Agence France-Presse | Tuesday July 19, 2022
    Tesla has been sued by a German consumer group, over data privacy concerns and the company’s claims of reducing emissions through the purchase of its cars. The group’s lawsuit said users of Tesla’s sentry mode "would need to obtain consent for the processing of personal data from passers-by who happened to walk past the car". The suit also cl...
    gadgets360.com
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