Breton urges Apple chief Cook to work with EU amid French spat on virus app

By |april 23rd, 2020|Apple, Bluetooth, coronavirus, data privacy, News, Thierry Breton, Tim Cook|

EU industry chief Thierry Breton on Wednesday (22 April) told Apple Chief Executive Tim Cook to make sure that mobile apps to limit the spread of coronavirus work on its iPhones and other devices, amidst the company's spat with France on its privacy sa...

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Should the EU embrace artificial intelligence, or fear it?

By |december 4th, 2019|artificial intelligence, data privacy, data protection, GDPR, Insurance, insurance company, News, Robots|

Advances in machine learning are progressing rapidly, and governments are struggling to keep up. The EU has emerged as the world’s regulator in this space, but some fear it's stifling European innovation.

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ePrivacy: Over-regulation or opportunity?

By |september 7th, 2018|data privacy, data protection, e-Privacy, ePrivacy, GDPR, News, online privacy|

As debate over the draft ePrivacy Regulation resumes, it transpires that economic research from the ad tech lobby has grossly misled the European Parliament and the Council, writes Dr Johnny Ryan.

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Facebook under pressure for weak consumer policy

By |julij 16th, 2018|Cambridge Analytica, consumer rights, consumers protection, data privacy, data protection, data protection regulation, Facebook, GDPR, News, online privacy, Věra Jourová|

European regulators will announce next week whether they will punish Facebook for its consumer terms and conditions, after the company was warned in February that its rules do not comply with EU law.

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Zuckerberg to meet European Parliament leaders in private session

By |maj 16th, 2018|Antonio Tajani, Cambridge Analytica, Claude Moraes, data analytics, data privacy, data processing, data protection, Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, News, online platforms|

After weeks of back-and-forth between the European Parliament and Facebook executives, CEO Mark Zuckerberg agreed on Wednesday (16 May) to meet with political leaders in Brussels over the company’s recent data breach scandal.

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Commission demands EU leaders approve deadlocked ePrivacy bill

By |maj 15th, 2018|Cambridge Analytica, data analytics, data privacy, data protection, data protection regulation, e-Privacy, ePrivacy, ePrivacy Regulation, Facebook, GDPR, News, Věra Jourová|

The European Commission is amping up pressure on EU leaders to approve a controversial privacy bill, deadlocked in legal talks for more than a year, after the data breach scandal involving Facebook and Cambridge Analytica.

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A European vision for human-centred digital platform ecosystems

By |april 30th, 2018|algorithms, Competition policy, data privacy, data protection, digital platforms, hate speech, News, online platforms, technology platforms|

Europe must continue to establish itself as the global regulator of digital technology serving Europeans and respond to growing pressure from online platforms, write Mariya Gabriel and Mounir Mahjoubi.

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After Facebook scandal, MEPs argue the GDPR isn’t enough

By |april 19th, 2018|Andrus Ansip, Antonio Tajani, Axel Voss, Birgit Sippel, Cambridge Analytica, Daniel Dalton, data, data privacy, ePrivacy, ePrivacy Regulation, Facebook, GDPR, Geoffroy Didier, Jan Philipp Albrecht, Mark Zuckerberg, News, Sophie in 't Veld|

The EU needs more legal safeguards to prevent massive privacy breaches like the current scandal over Facebook and British political consulting firm Cambridge Analytica, MEPs from different political parties argued on Wednesday (18 April).

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Personal data was weaponised against democracy in the EU – and can be again

By |april 4th, 2018|Brexit, Cambridge Analytica, data privacy, data protection, data protection regulation, digitalisation, elections, European Parliament, European Union, Facebook, GDPR, Internet of Things, News, transparency|

With the recent revelations on the unlawful use of voters’ data to influence their choices, both the EU and its member states need to take legislative measures to prevent such campaigning which violated privacy rights and eroded democracy. The first step should be ending the lack of transparency, writes Nomi Byström.

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Gabriel: Facebook users ‘need to know what happened with their data’

By |marec 29th, 2018|artificial intelligence, Cambridge Analytica, data analytics, data privacy, data protection regulation, Digital Single Market, ePrivacy, ePrivacy Regulation, Facebook, fake news, GDPR, internet search engines, Mariya Gabriel, News, online platforms|

Facebook users “need to know what happened with their data” following reports over a week ago that millions of profiles on the social media platform were secretly used to help political campaigns, EU Digital Commissioner Mariya Gabriel said.

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