The California Senate Appropriations Committee and the State Assembly have heard a raft of privacy-related bills, moving some on to their next phase while placing others in legislative limbo.
The lead barrister for NGO Liberty in its challenge to UK surveillance powers will join the High Court in October.
Cybersecurity professionals have largely backed up Capital One’s claims that its use of the cloud was not to blame for a recent data breach and even helped it fix vulnerabilities more quickly, but warned that opting to shift data storage out of house may complicate security efforts....
The Dutch data regulator is to approve an industry code of conduct developed specifically to help small companies implement the GDPR, and includes guidance on handling data breaches and testing security measures.
Epic Games is facing a class action lawsuit over a coding vulnerability that potentially compromised the personal information of all 200 million players of its Fortnite game.
One of a wave of putative class action lawsuits filed by alleged victims of the Capital One data breach has named the bank’s cloud provider as a defendant.
While admitting that some of its findings are based on “back-of-the-envelope” estimates, a Washington, DC think tank says a GDPR-like national data privacy law could cost the US some $122 billion annually.
Delta Airlines says a chatbot provider’s poor security caused the airline to suffer a 2017 data breach.
Allegations that Facebook violated the Illinois Biometric Information Privacy Act may proceed to trial after a US appeals court ruled on Thursday that a district court was correct in certifying a class-action lawsuit against the company.
The US Federal Trade Commission’s settlement with email management provider Unroll.me has prompted one of its commissioners to highlight the trade-offs between competition and data privacy.