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Data protection Facebook postpones EU rollout of dating service over data concerns

Facebook has postponed the rollout of its new dating services in the European Union scheduled for Thursday after Ireland's Data …

Data protection The UK will pursue an independent data protection policy, says PM Johnson

Prime Minister Boris Johnson has announced in a statement to the House of Commons that the UK will develop a …

Data protection Fashion retailer H&M says data protection breaches unacceptable

Fashion retailer H&M said on Saturday (25 January) that data security breaches found at its German unit were unacceptable and it was cooperating …

Data protection ICO issues £275,000 fine to London pharmacy under GDPR

London pharmacy Doorstep Dispensaree Ltd has been issued a fine of £275,000 by the Information Commissioner's Office under the new …

Data protection ICO issued fines to 340 organisations for not paying data protection fee

The Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) issued 340 monetary fines to organisations between July and September for failing to pay the …

Data protection Amazon says customers have to protect own data

Amazon's cloud computing customers have to decide themselves how best to protect sensitive information online, a senior executive said on …

Data protection U.S. antitrust laws can supposedly address tech monopolies

The U.S. Justice Department antitrust chief said on Friday that existent U.S. antitrust laws are "flexible enough" to address harm …

Data protection ICO handed out 110 data breach fines totalling £12.6m since 2010

Research carried out by The SMS Works has revealed that the ICO issued more monetary fines for data breach offenses …

Data protection Victory for Google in ‘right to be forgotten’ ruling

Google won its fight against tougher "right to be forgotten" rules. It is after Europe's top court said it does …

Data protection Over 24m medical data records freely accessible on the internet, finds study

New research carried out by Greenbone Networks has revealed that over 24 million records of X-ray, CT, MRI, and other …

Data protection Auto dealer stored 198m customer records in an unsecured database

Personal and financial information of a significant percentage of the American population were left exposed to wholesale access by a …