Google takes right to be forgotten battle to France’s highest court | Technology | The Guardian Update from Google Blog: A principle that should not be forgotten Posted from Diigo.
Bundeskartellamt initiates proceeding against Facebook on suspicion of having abused its market power by infringing data protection rules Posted from Diigo.
La CNIL met publiquement en demeure FACEBOOK de se conformer, dans un délai de trois mois, à la loi Informatique et Libertés – CNIL – Commission nationale de l’informatique et des libertés France attacks Facebook data tracking, opening new front in privacy battles (CSM). Posted from Diigo.
The Internet of Things Will Be the World’s Biggest Robot – Schneier on Security Posted from Diigo.
European Court of Justice: Judgment in Case C-201/14 Smaranda Bara and Others (transfer of data between public authorithies) “EU law precludes the transfer and processing of personal data between two public administrative bodies without the persons concerned (data subjects) having been informed in advance”. ECJ: Case C-362/14 Maximillian Schrems (USA safe harbour scheme) “…the Commission […]
Open Letter to Google From 80 Internet Scholars: Release RTBF Compliance Data — Medium “What We Seek Aggregate data about how Google is responding to the >250,000 requests to delist links thought to contravene data protection from name search results. We should know if the anecdotal evidence of Google’s process is representative: What sort of […]
Adobe’s Digital Edition e-book software uses privacy-sensitive data to combat piracy Posted from Diigo.
Google to Boost Android Encryption, Joining Apple Apple – Privacy – Government Information Requests Posted from Diigo.
Meet the Online Tracking Device That is Virtually Impossible to Block – ProPublica Altro che cookies! Posted from Diigo.
German court rules against Facebook’s “Friend Finder” – Lexology “The Berlin Court of Appeal upheld a lower court ruling that Facebook’s “Friend Finder” function is unlawful. The Court agreed with the Berlin Regional Court’s 2012 decision that the Friend Finder function violates both German data protection law and unfair trade law, and re-affirmed the invalidity […]