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Google resists calls from European data protection authorities to apply privacy-related URL removals to non-EU domains.
The rules that govern how EU data is treated in the US are being violated by major tech companies, according to a privacy group in a filed complaint to the FTC.
European officials are only now are expressing concern over a US court ruling that can allow the FBI and NSA to grab oversees data. But Europe knew the risks at least three years prior.
US law can apply anywhere in the world, so long as a technology company has control over foreign data, a court rules.
The mandate dropped amid revelations about government surveillance on U.K.-headquartered mobile provider Vodafone.
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Twelve US companies, including Level 3 Communications and BitTorrent, agreed to settle FTC charges that they falsely claimed to be in compliance with an international privacy framework known as the US-EU Safe Harbor.
Against the background of the launch of the Cloud for Europe project, SAP's European chairman sets out his firm's backing for unified EU regulations to protect the cloud.
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Europe's justice commissioner said the revelations around PRISM have strengthened the European Commission's resolve to secure guarantees from the US over the handling of EU citizens' data.
Germany is one of the most privacy conscious nations in the world, with data and privacy laws stronger than any other in the EU. And amid the NSA spying scandal, the country's top security chief has warned users to simply avoid U.S. companies. Will that work?
After major U.S.-based technology companies lobbied European member states and politicians, many will wake up today able to breathe a sigh of relief, as the European Commission is forced to climb down on certain elements of the new proposed data protection and privacy law.
The EFF, ACLU, EPIC, and more than a dozen other privacy and rights groups are calling on the US government to stop the 'unprecedented lobbying campaign' over the proposed changes to EU data protection and privacy laws.
A lawyer has warned that proposed EU privacy laws would make Facebook and other ad-supported online services unsustainable if they make it into law.
The EU’s proposals for helping people get their data completely deleted from Google, Facebook and others face technical challenges — especially in the era of big data, says ENISA.
Digital agenda commissioner Neelie Kroes has laid into attempts by advertisers and marketers to override web surfers' cookie preferences when it comes to being tracked, saying the DNT standard is in everyone's interests.
European antitrust authorities are reportedly ready to determine that Google's move to merge more than 70 privacy policies into one is unlawful.
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