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A court has found that Uber failed to comply with a judgment forcing the company to disclose information on its automated decision-making.
09 October 2023
The CPRA is on hold; a class action has survived a motion to dismiss claims that YouTube’s video editing tools violate the Biometric Information Privacy Act; and lawmakers have reintroduced a bill that aims to create a data broker registry and do not track list.
03 July 2023
Class actions tied to the massive MOVEit breach were filed in a US District Court for the District of Massachusetts; the US Department of Justice launches a new section to tackle cybercrimes; and the FCC addresses data privacy and cybersecurity with a new task force.
26 June 2023
Former Uber chief security officer Joseph Sullivan has been sentenced to three years of probation and ordered to pay a $50,000 fine for covering up a massive Uber data breach.
05 May 2023
The Amsterdam Court of Appeal has found that Ola and Uber failed to adequately inform drivers about how their data was processed, in a judgment that provides key insights into what constitutes automated decision-making in the gig economy.
05 April 2023
A federal judge has denied a request to reverse a former Uber chief security officer’s felony convictions relating to his obstruction of an FTC data breach investigation.
13 January 2023
Microsoft must face a biometrics class action lawsuit for its role in providing the facial recognition technology leveraged by Uber for its driver verification programme, an Illinois federal judge has ruled.
15 December 2022
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