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Germany's data protection watchdog has ruled Google must abide by an earlier order to limit its data collection practices.
In Germany, data watchdogs will meet this week to debate the future of the Safe Harbor agreement in the post-Snowden world.
Following up on Canada and London, IBM has tapped Germany to host a SoftLayer data center.
Germany is applying new pressure on Google to comply with its national data protection laws.
With a UK data center set to open this fall, Salesforce plans to expand its European base by also moving in to France and Germany.
Data protection laws in Australia could soon mirror those in Germany and the UK, according to a new report by European law firm, Fieldfisher.
In Germany, privacy concerns mean an increase in data security centres in the country and interest from international companies.
A survey of 1,000 IT execs in the US, France, Germany, Hong Kong and the UK found that up to 97 percent are changing where and how they manage their data. Cost to US companies could be $35 billion through 2016.
For some customers, speed will be limited to 2Mbps if they use more than 300GB for four months in a row.
The European mobile giant said personal details of more than two million of its German customer base have been stolen by a hacker.
Some of the other nations that stood out on the list with data requests in the thousands included France, Italy, India, Germany, and the United Kingdom.
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?
The fine imposed by Germany represents a total of 0.002 percent of Google's $10.7 billion net profit in 2012, and would take mere minutes to claw that back.
Data protection officials in Germany are unimpressed with Facebook's use of facial recognition technology and have reopened their inquiry into the company
This week, sandwiched between the annual Structure Big Data conference and the International Supercomputing show in Hamburg, Germany, ARM startup and HP partner Calxeda also found time to release the first well-documented x86 versus ARM benchmarks.
A week-long consultation over a series of changes to Facebook's terms and conditions yielded tens of thousands of German responses, but very few in other languages
The social-networking firm is developing a scalable system to help people request and extract the data it holds on them, the group Europe v Facebook has claimed
Facebook has agreed to sign a voluntary code of conduct in Germany to protect users' data. The social networking giant's problems in the European country may finally be on the road to resolution.
Schleswig-Holstein's privacy authority says the social-networking site breaks state and federal law by monitoring users for ad-targeting purposes, and has ordered all institutions to remove fan pages and 'Like' buttons
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