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Privacy Concerns Lead To Deletion Of All Data Collected By Norway's Contact Tracing App by Glyn Moody 6-18-2020 3:10 AM (7 comments)
It's Impossible To Opt Out Of Android's Ad Tracking; Max Schrems Aims To Change That by Glyn Moody 5-18-2020 7:35 PM (15 comments)
As More Students Sit Online Exams Under Lockdown Conditions, Remote Proctoring Services Carry Out Intrusive Surveillance by Glyn Moody 5-07-2020 7:31 PM (21 comments)
European Commission Wants Coronavirus Tracing Apps To Build In Strong Protections For Privacy -- Unlike The French Government by Glyn Moody 4-24-2020 7:39 PM (12 comments)
Australia Takes Its First Baby Steps On the Road To A Right-To-Repair Law, With A Consultation About Tractors by Glyn Moody 4-22-2020 3:42 PM (15 comments)
UK's National Health Service Plans To Use Big Data Analysis To Fight COVID-19 -- With The Help Of Palantir by Glyn Moody 3-30-2020 7:37 PM (24 comments)
Top EU Court's Adviser Says Personal Data Can Be Transferred Using 'Standard Contractual Clauses' -- But Also Suggests That Privacy Shield Should Be Ruled Invalid by Glyn Moody 12-20-2019 3:23 AM (3 comments)
Guess What? Many Cookie Banners Ignore Your Wishes, So Max Schrems Goes On The GDPR Attack Again by Glyn Moody 12-16-2019 6:23 AM (43 comments)
The Fate Of EU Legislation Designed To Bolster Data Protection Beyond The GDPR, The ePrivacy Regulation, Hangs In The Balance by Glyn Moody 12-05-2019 7:53 PM (9 comments)
EU Tells US: Ban Strong Encryption, And Privacy Shield Data Sharing Agreement Could Be At Risk by Glyn Moody 11-25-2019 9:21 AM (22 comments)
Facebook Claims Users Sign Up Because They Want To See Personalized Ads, Max Schrems Disagrees -- And Usually Wins These GDPR Arguments by Glyn Moody 11-19-2019 12:44 PM (35 comments)
Why Navigation Apps, Working Properly, Can Make Traffic Flows Worse -- And What To Do About It by Glyn Moody 10-07-2019 7:43 PM (62 comments)
During A Police Raid, Russian Activist Uses Drone To Whisk Sensitive Data To Safety by Glyn Moody 9-23-2019 7:59 PM (12 comments)
What3words Is A Clever Way Of Communicating Position Very Simply, But Do We Really Want To Create A Monopoly For Location Look-ups? by Glyn Moody 8-22-2019 8:00 PM (37 comments)
Russian Spy Discovers The Hard Way How Much His Smartphone's Metadata Reveals About His Activities by Glyn Moody 7-16-2019 3:23 AM (13 comments)
If China Is A Glimpse Of Our Future Surveillance Nightmare, Maybe Hong Kong Shows How To Fight It by Glyn Moody 6-24-2019 3:40 PM (17 comments)
Facebook's Triple Woes Over Cambridge Analytica Data Harvesting Scandal by Glyn Moody 6-06-2019 3:42 AM (15 comments)
Facebook Fails To Block EU Court Case That Could Rule Against Most Transatlantic Data Flows by Glyn Moody 6-04-2019 3:24 AM (3 comments)
After Five-Year Legal Battle, Top Judges Rule That The UK's Spying Activities Can Be Challenged In Ordinary Courts by Glyn Moody 5-17-2019 3:08 AM (13 comments)
EU Quietly Ramps Up Preparations To Re-introduce Blanket Data Retention After Top Court Threw It Out In 2014 by Glyn Moody 5-10-2019 3:28 AM (5 comments)
Good News From The EU For A Change: A Strong Directive To Protect Whistleblowers by Glyn Moody 4-23-2019 7:55 PM (29 comments)
Mozilla Says Australia's Compelled Access Law Could Turn Staff There Into 'Insider Threats' by Glyn Moody 2-28-2019 12:02 PM (33 comments)
German Data Protection Authority Says GDPR Requires Email To Use At Least Transport Layer Encryption by Glyn Moody 2-08-2019 3:23 AM (20 comments)
China Starts Using Facial Recognition-Enabled 'Smart' Locks In Its Public Housing by Glyn Moody 1-07-2019 7:33 PM (13 comments)
German City Wants Names And Addresses Of Airbnb Hosts; Chinese Province Demands Full Details Of Every Guest Too by Glyn Moody 12-19-2018 7:59 PM (28 comments)
How Bike-Sharing Services And Electric Vehicles Are Sending Personal Data To The Chinese Government by Glyn Moody 12-11-2018 3:31 PM (14 comments)
New GDPR Ruling In France Could Dramatically Re-shape Online Advertising by Glyn Moody 11-27-2018 2:15 AM (27 comments)
As Everyone Knows, In The Age Of The Internet, Privacy Is Dead -- Which Is Awkward If You Are A Russian Spy by Glyn Moody 10-10-2018 12:00 PM (25 comments)
Broad Alliance Calls For Australian Government To Listen To Experts' Warnings About Flaws In New Compelled Access Legislation by Glyn Moody 10-05-2018 1:42 PM (15 comments)
Indian Supreme Court Rules Aadhaar Does Not Violate Privacy Rights, But Places Limits On Its Use by Glyn Moody 9-26-2018 3:43 PM (3 comments)

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