Google's data collection to be scrutinised by EU antitrust investigators
The firm faces another probe into its business practices following US investigations in September
Canadian watchdog says Brexit data firm broke privacy laws
AggregateIQ didn't do enough to ensure it had the right to share voter information with Facebook, report says
German housing giant fined £12.5m for GDPR violations
The firm’s archive system held onto highly sensitive data from bank statements to health insurance records
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EU raises "serious concerns" over Microsoft's data practices
EPDS tells EU organisations that outsourcing any data processing means they’re still responsible
Government data strategy 'fragmented and rudderless'
Report finds a lack of clear leadership as efforts to harness data have "barely scratched the surface"
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GDPR is shaping the role of privacy in brand survival
Despite big fines levied, Citrix’s privacy chief says we still don’t have a sense of what enforcement will look like
MPs form data privacy taskforce to keep pressure on big tech
Committee that branded Facebook “digital gangsters” seeks to protect society from ‘insidious onslaught of digital disruption’
Mark Zuckerberg issues manifesto for tech regulation
The Facebook CEO strikes a conciliatory note just as UK politicians are primed to legislate against big tech
More than 3,000 GPs risk violating GDPR
The BMA warns changes to a system that collects immunisation data risks breaching the 'data minimisation' principle
Gov to hold talks with Mark Zuckerberg over tech regulation
Culture secretary will use the 30-minute meeting to explore ways to remove harmful content from social media
Home Office data use faces more independent scrutiny
An independent body will oversee the department's use of personal information to build public trust
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CIO strategies for moving to a cloud-first business
IT leaders describe barriers to adoption, and why on-premise will have a role for many years to come
Google, Uber and Apple must share mapping data
Opening up available mapping data could help to accelerate new technologies and bring £11m in to the UK annually, says UK gov
Microsoft faces GDPR sanctions over Office data harvesting
Microsoft now faces sanctions as investigators claim the policy breaches GDPR
Oracle and Equifax among firms accused of violating GDPR
Privacy International accuse seven data brokers, at-tech firms and credit agencies of being “premised on exploiting people’s data”
Warped consumer expectations may evolve GDPR compliance
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Gov to ask how tech giants are harming digital competition
Panel will ask whether data collection is killing startups, and the effect of AI on price collusion