GDPR, Privacy & Cyber news from around the world as it happens.
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Will complying with India's privacy law mean violating GDPR?
Will being healthy and living longer be worth the loss of privacy?
WHO CIO talks about healthcare data, privacy, trust, and ethics
We must not accept our loss of privacy
W3C launches Privacy Community Group
Use of facial recognition causes anger at south Wales football derby
Use of Facial recognition at South Wales derby 'a step too far'
Trust, technology and slippers with torches
Tinder new safety feature shares user data
The New York Times
THE PRIVACY PROJECT - Expressions of Privacy Through Art
The Mail on Sunday defends publishing Meghan's letter claiming 'Royals rely on publicity'
The Institution of Engineering and Technology
Tech companies reject controversial facial-recognition startup
Teachers trial body cameras in schools
Surveillance Cameras Uncover New Insights Into Human Behavior
Simply by defying the tabloids, the princess has already beaten them
Secret cloud extraction technology allows governments to collect masses of data from your apps
Scottish Legal News
Scottish Police use of Cyber Kiosks raised with UN in human rights report
Review of online targeting by the Centre for Data Ethics and Innovation
REPORT - Cisco Data Privacy Benchmark Study 2020
Professor linked to Cambridge Analytica scandal
Police in Scotland to begin controversial roll-out of Cyber-Kiosk devices
Police breached drink-driver rights by retaining his DNA
Phone seizures in rape investigation to be reviewed
Online Advertising Out of Control
OK Google, delete everything I said last week
NHS medical records accessed by drugs companies
New Cambridge Analytica leak - Data Targeting Out Of Control
Mozilla and the European Commission agree the internet needs to change
Microsoft’s Satya Nadella says Data Privacy is a ‘Human Right’
Microsoft agrees not to "use your data for advertising or profiling"
Marketers look to use zero party data
London's Facial recognition cameras have put us all in an identity parade
London Met police begin use of live facial recognition technology
Jourová, Reynders release joint statement ahead of Data Privacy Day
Is Uber normalising mass surveillance?
Instead of being sensed, we should be the sensor in smart cities
ICO warns Adtech again
ICO statement on Metropolitan Police Service facial recognition announcement
ICO launches third round of grants funding for privacy innovation
Facebook Updates Its Privacy Checkup Feature in Time for CES
Facebook dating service rollout in EU postponed
Facebook agrees to pay $550 million to settle a facial recognition class-action lawsuit
European parliament will not use facial recognition technology
EU to consider a five-year ban on facial recognition technology in public spaces
EU scraps facial recognition ban in public areas plan
EU considering clampdown on digital assistants
Double standards? Of course not. Meanwhile, the Conservative party switches from using WhatsApp to Signal
Data Provenance set to become the transparency issue in 2020
Data Protection Day 2020
Convicted iCloud voyeur from Suffolk
Chrome to phase out third-party cookies in response to user demand for greater privacy
Chrome can track you across Google sites using per-install ID numbers
Open Rights Group
Can Ad-Tech become an ethical industry?
Brazil fines Facebook R$6.6M over Cambridge Analytica
BOOK REVIEW: Uncanny Valley A Memoir
Biometrics commissioner confirms he does not support use of facial recognition by Met Police
The New York Times
Are we blind to digital surveillance?
Safe Schools Alliance UK
Application for Judicial Review over the right to Privacy in School
Apple’s new privacy features have bigger impact on location-based ads
Apple is scanning iCloud photos to check for child abuse
Apple calls out the US Attorney General on renewed iPhone decryption and backdoor demands
Apple abandoned plans to fully encrypt iCloud backups after FBI pressure
Anonymised data is not anonymous
AI to detect harassment in emails
Activists cover faces to beat Met surveillance
A brief history of Data Privacy Day