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  1. FILE PHOTO: Facebook logos

    Data transfer clauses used by Facebook are legal, says EU court adviser, risks ahead

    Standard contracts used by Facebook and many other firms to send users' data to third countries are valid, a legal adviser to the EU said on ...
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    India's cabinet clears data protection bill for tabling in parliament

    The cabinet of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi approved a data protection bill on Wednesday for tabling in parliament, taking the country a ...
  3. The nameplate of political consultancy, Cambridge Analytica, is seen in central London

    Facebook agrees to pay UK fine over Cambridge Analytica scandal

    Facebook on Wednesday agreed to pay a £500,000 fine for breaches of data protection law related to the harvesting of data by consultancy ...
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    Commentary: Careful with photos you post online. You may be putting your digital identity at risk

    Bad actors may use photos manipulated using deepfake technologies to log into user accounts, says Jumio’s Frederic Ho.
  5. The European Court of Human Rights found that previous court rulings had "failed to strike a

    Commentary: One year into the European GDPR, many firms are still not complying

    Just because your organisation resides outside the EU does not mean you don’t have to comply with the GDPR, says Synopsys’ Tim Mackey.
  6. A smartphone user shows the Facebook application

    Commentary: Don’t delete Facebook, just get smarter

    Basic digital competence can address a lot of the concerns raised around social media, says one observer at the Financial Times.