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Facebook vs. Democracy by Stanford CDDRL | on SoundCloud
Francis Fukuyama in conversation with Frederic Filloux (Monday Note)on the latest development regarding social network platforms and democracy
democracy  facebook  dataprotection  privacy  technology  innovation  policy  politics 
6 days ago by corrickwales
European news sites are among the worst offenders when it comes to third-party cookies and content » Nieman Journalism Lab
Major news sites in seven countries averaged 81 third-party cookies per page, compared to 12 for other popular websites.
publishing  cookies  dataprotection  privacy  marketing 
8 days ago by corrickwales
Huge new Facebook data leak exposed intimate details of 3m users | New Scientist
Data from millions of Facebook users who used a popular personality app, including their answers to intimate questionnaires, was left exposed online for anyone to access, a New Scientist investigation has found.
facebook  privacy  dataprotection 
8 days ago by corrickwales
IBM Executives Press U.S. Lawmakers Not to Adopt EU Privacy Law - Bloomberg
via @superglaze - More than 100 IBM executives will descend on Capitol Hill this week with a simple message for policy makers: don’t bring Europe’s new privacy regulations to the U.S.
GDPR  US  IBM  government  privacy 
8 days ago by corrickwales
ISO/PC 317 - Consumer protection: privacy by design for consumer goods and services
Standardization in the field of consumer protection: privacy by design for consumer goods and services
privacy  standards  ISO  consumerprotection 
8 days ago by corrickwales
Publishers rebuke Google's interpretation of EU privacy law | Reuters
Google is the biggest vendor of the software and services that many newspapers and digital media firms use to sell ads on their websites and mobile apps.

As part of its plans for GDPR, Google would offload to publishers the burden of getting user consent for the data collection that is at the core of how Google’s ad-serving business operates.

The company has also irked publishers by saying that rather than being a “processor” of data as defined by GDPR, it wants to be a “controller,” giving it more ability to use information such as reader data for its own purposes.
privacy  GDPR  Google  marketing  advertising  publishing 
20 days ago by corrickwales
MPs threaten Mark Zuckerberg with summons over Facebook data | News | The Guardian
MPs have threatened to issue Mark Zuckerberg with a formal summons to appear in front of parliament when he next enters the UK, unless he voluntarily agrees to answer questions about the activities of his social network and the Cambridge Analytica scandal.

Damian Collins, the chair of the parliamentary committee that is investigating online disinformation, said he was unhappy with the information the company had provided and wanted to hear evidence from the Facebook chief executive before parliament went into recess on 24 May.
facebook  cambridgeanalytica  privacy  parliament 
20 days ago by corrickwales
ICO consults on how it will use increased powers under upcoming data protection reform | ICO
ICO announces public consultation on how it conducts enforcement of new data protection powers, ending on June 28 2018 and subject to subsequent parliamentary approval
policy  consultation  ICO  dataprotection  regulation  privacy 
23 days ago by corrickwales
Tails - Privacy for anyone anywhere
Tails is a live operating system that you can start on almost any computer from a USB stick or a DVD.

It aims at preserving your privacy and anonymity,
security  privacy  technology  software 
4 weeks ago by corrickwales
Charity fundraising enforcement action | ICO
Between 2015 and 2017, the ICO carried out an investigation into practices in charity fundraising and some charities’ compliance with the laws that protect privacy and prevent nuisance phone calls. This resulted in us fining 13 charities for breaking the law when handling donors’ personal information.
dataprotection  privacy  charities  fine  example  ICO  UK  fundraising 
4 weeks ago by corrickwales
Palantir Knows Everything About You
Peter Thiel’s data-mining company is using War on Terror tools to track American citizens. The scary thing? Palantir is desperate for new customers.
surveillance  privacy  US  palantir  dataprotection 
5 weeks ago by corrickwales
Facebook Unveils New Privacy Settings; Urges Users to Share | Fortune
Will these changes make Facebook compliant? That remains to be seen—the EU’s privacy regulators no doubt will be studying them closely—but it certainly seems like Facebook is trying to steer people towards giving it as many permissions as possible.
facebook  GDPR  privacy  EU  policies 
5 weeks ago by corrickwales
Thousands of Android apps potentially violate child protection law | Technology | The Guardian
Thousands of child-directed Android apps and games are potentially violating US law on the collection and sharing of data on those under 13, research has revealed.
children  privacy  google  android  US  coppa  dataprotection 
5 weeks ago by corrickwales
Gmail’s new design will include a ‘Confidential Mode’ - The Verge
Google will introduce “Confidential Mode,” which lets Gmail users stop recipients from forwarding certain emails, or restricts the ability to copy, download, or print them.
email  google  confidentiality  security  privacy  gmail 
5 weeks ago by corrickwales
Russia's Telegram block hits web users
Four million IP addresses blocked in effort to disable Telegram in Russia
regulation  security  privacy  Russia  lawenforcement 
5 weeks ago by corrickwales
Opinion | Can Europe Lead on Privacy? - The New York Times
Former chairman of the US Federal Communications Commission writes in support of GDPR and asks why American citizen's can't have the same protections.
FCC  GDPR  US  privacy 
7 weeks ago by corrickwales
EU plans to pull ‘free’ digital services under consumer protection rules – EURACTIV.com
Digital services that collect users’ data, like Facebook and Gmail, will be pulled under EU consumer protection rules as part of a European Commission overhaul due next month. Possible sanctions will be raised to up to 4% of a company’s turnover.
privacy  dataprotection  consumerprotection  EU  rights  business 
8 weeks ago by corrickwales
Three Facebook users sue over collection of call, text history
Three users of the Facebook Messenger app sued Facebook (FB.O) on Tuesday, saying the social network violated their privacy by collecting logs of their phone calls and text messages, in the latest legal challenge facing the company.
facebook  privacy  dataprotection  legalaction 
8 weeks ago by corrickwales
Democratic Senator launches inquiry into Facebook’s data-sharing policy
US senator seeks evidence of Facebook implementing its own data protection policies over the last decade
personaldata  privacy  dataprotection  facebook  US 
9 weeks ago by corrickwales
Cambridge Analytica: Warrant sought to inspect company
The Information Commissioner is seeking a warrant to access Cambridge Analytica's servers after they fail to respond to her demands for access by an 18:00 deadline
ICO  regulation  cambridgeanalytica  UK  privacy 
9 weeks ago by corrickwales
Block chain: Is the GDPR out of date already? | Data Protection Blog | Kingsley Napley
A key feature of the majority of block chains is their immutability. Once a block has been verified and added to the chain, it may not be removed, edited or updated. Whilst in the vast majority of cases the data is protected by encryption and pseudonymisation, it is easy to envisage a situation in which an individual may want their data removed. With the majority of public block chain platforms, such a request would not be possible.
blockchain  GDPR  technology  rights  dataprotection  privacy 
10 weeks ago by corrickwales
Revealed: 50 million Facebook profiles harvested for Cambridge Analytica in major data breach
"Cambridge Analytica used personal information taken without authorisation from Facebook in early 2014 to build a system that could profile individual US voters..."
facebook  personaldata  privacy  US  cambridgeanalytica  breach 
10 weeks ago by corrickwales
MoviePass says app tracks user location after they leave theaters, CEO says [u]
Business model seems to be: "capture lots of personal data then figure out what to do with it later"
tracking  personaldata  US  mobile  privacy 
11 weeks ago by corrickwales
Google receives 2.4m requests to delete search results
Google has complied with 43 per cent of all requests to delete search results.. Alongside the update, Google also published a research paper highlighting the difficulty of determining which search results are inaccurate, inadequate, irrelevant or excessive. It pointed out that two of the most popular targets of right to be forgotten requests were Companies House, a British website for financial disclosures, and the Boletin Oficial del Estado, where the Spanish government posts official notices.
google  privacy  legislation  rights  personaldata 
12 weeks ago by corrickwales
U.S. Supreme Court to hear Microsoft email privacy case
In United States v. Microsoft Corp., the court will decide whether a digital communications provider has to comply with a U.S. search warrant for user data if the information is stored outside of the country.
personaldata  privacy  lawenforcement  jurisdiction  US  Microsoft 
12 weeks ago by corrickwales
Europe seeks power to seize overseas data in challenge to tech giants
"If every country asserts extraterritorial jurisdiction ... then everybody gets everybody’s data."
privacy  lawenforcement  personaldata  regulation  legislation  EU 
february 2018 by corrickwales
US Law Enforcement Use of Face Recognition Systems Threatens Civil Liberties, Disproportionately Affects People of Color: EFF Report | Electronic Frontier Foundation
Researchers at the Georgetown Law School estimated that one in every two American adults—117 million people—are already in law enforcement face recognition systems.

This kind of surveillance will have a chilling effect on Americans’ willingness to exercise their rights to speak out and be politically engaged, the report says. Law enforcement has already used face recognition at political protests, and may soon use face recognition with body-worn cameras, to identify people in the dark, and to project what someone might look like from a police sketch or even a small sample of DNA.
surveillance  US  facerecognition  dataprotection  privacy  technology  research  eff 
february 2018 by corrickwales
The Car of the Future Will Sell Your Data
"A Government Accountability Office report published in July found none of the 13 carmakers in the study that collected data from connected vehicles had easy-to-read privacy notices and most don’t explain data sharing and use practices."
personaldata  privacy  consent  US 
february 2018 by corrickwales
12,000 Influencers Had Their Data Leaked by Marketing Firm Octoly [UPDATED] - Fashionista
This would be a notifiable breach under GDPR, with just 72 hours to report it, not a few weeks
privacy  dataprotection  GDPR  breach  personaldata 
february 2018 by corrickwales
Europe’s new data protection rules export privacy standards worldwide – POLITICO
When the region’s regulators roll out the changes — known as the General Data Protection Regulation, or GDPR — on May 25, it will represent the biggest overhaul of the world’s privacy rules in more than 20 years.
data  privacy  GDPR  dataprotection  business  standards  policy  EU 
february 2018 by corrickwales
SecureDrop | The open-source whistleblower submission system managed by Freedom of the Press Foundation.
SecureDrop is an open-source whistleblower submission system that media organizations can use to securely accept documents from and communicate with anonymous sources.
security  privacy  journalism  tool  opensource  software  technology  whistleblowing 
february 2018 by corrickwales
Trump signs bill renewing NSA's internet surveillance program
The law renews for six years and with minimal changes the National Security Agency (NSA) program, which gathers information from foreigners overseas but incidentally collects an unknown amount of communications belonging to Americans.
privacy  surveillance  NSA  US  legislation  dataprotection 
january 2018 by corrickwales
DuckDuckGo adds tracker blocking to help curb the wider surveillance web | TechCrunch
“Our vision has been to set the standard of trust online,” says CEO and founder Gabe Weinberg, discussing the new products. “[To date] we’ve been really focused on the search engine because it’s really complicated to compete with Google in their core market. But now that we feel we can handle that we are making progress on this broader vision of protecting people across the Internet.
security  privacy  technology  search  DuckDuckGo  cookies  tracking 
january 2018 by corrickwales
Welcome to the neighbourhood. Have you read the terms of service?
"The whole point of a smart city is that everything that can be collected will be collected"
personaldata  privacy  consent 
january 2018 by corrickwales
Facebook steps up facial recognition use
"The new facial recognition feature will not apply to users in the European Union or Canada, where privacy regulators have prevented the use of such technology."
image_recognition  facebook  privacy 
december 2017 by corrickwales
How the Supreme Court could keep police from using your cellphone to spy on you - The Washington Post
Revisiting the 'third-party doctrine' in the US, which holds that information you share with a third party is no longer private.
privacy  US  personaldata 
december 2017 by corrickwales
Consent Receipt Specification - Consent & Information Sharing - Kantara Initiative
A consent receipt is a record of a consent provided to an individual at the point in a person agrees to the sharing of personal information.  Its purpose is to capture the privacy policy and its purpose for sharing personal information so it can be easily used by people to communicate and manage consent and sharing of personal information once it is provided. 
consent  privacy  dataprotection  technology  standards 
december 2017 by corrickwales
About Us – @OpenConsent
Our Vision: is to  develop transparency over privacy and personal data control.  Currently, we enable organisations to provide usable transparency over privacy and information sharing practices.
consent  openconsent  transparency  privacy  dataprotection 
december 2017 by corrickwales
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