France’s data protection watchdog has insisted that delistings that follow right to be forgotten requests should apply globally, despite arguments from Google, Microsoft and a host of NGOs that such requests should only apply within the EU.
Singapore’s Personal Data Protection Commission has updated its advisory guidelines for local data protection laws to limit the use of national identification numbers by private sector businesses.
British Airways is facing possible group litigation that could cost it hundreds of millions of pounds, after suffering a data breach last week that affected its customers’ financial details.
Hong Kong’s data protection watchdog has cleared Facebook Hong Kong of local law violations in the Cambridge Analytica data leak scandal.
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The European Commission has launched the adoption of its data protection adequacy agreement with Japan, which involves the latter implementing safeguards for personal data transferred from the EU.
An Irish high court judge has greenlighted an investigation into Independent News and Media (INM) after a secretive “data interrogation” by the company’s former chairman.
Yahoo! has urged a California court to deny plaintiffs’ motion to be treated as a class for a lawsuit over data breaches it suffered between 2013 and 2016.
Investors are suing a data analytics company for making “false and misleading statements” that caused significant losses.
Two separate putative class actions have accused Facebook of illegally sharing their data with device makers including Apple, Samsung and Microsoft, potentially in breach of its 2011 settlement with the US Federal Trade Commission.