The UK’s Information Commissioner’s Office has slammed “unlawful” data practices in the ad tech ecosystem but has stopped short of taking action against industry players.
US law enforcers, some industry players and members of the Senate Committee on Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs have expressed widespread agreement over the last month that beneficial ownership information for US-registered companies should be centralised in a federal database....
France’s highest administrative court has annulled a judgment that had ordered a university to make its candidate selection algorithm public.
A senior Information Commissioner’s Office official has told a UK parliamentary human rights committee that the regulator is working to improve the way companies collect consumer consent for data processing.
A US federal court has dismissed a class action complaint against Delta Air Lines and its software provider that claimed that the airline’s failure to inform customers of a data breach gave rise to a breach of contract.
With hurricane season under way, the Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States has partnered with Facebook to access the company’s “disaster maps” feature.
Laurence Winston has joined the London office of Crowell & Moring from Squire Patton Boggs.
The UK government has said it is committed to boosting the UK’s artificial intelligence sector and that the number of AI patent applications made in the UK is growing rapidly.
Facebook’s plans to release cryptocurrency Libra, which it hopes will rival the likes of Bitcoin and Ethereum, have been met with criticism from US legislators who say the company has provided insufficient information about privacy practices relating to the currency.
The US Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit has upheld a lower court’s decision to dismiss a putative class action alleging that Facebook unlawfully collected biometric data through its facial recognition software.