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Latest data privacy publications


Does corporate messaging and collaboration demand decentralisation?

Organisations are struggling with how employees and external partners communicate. They were wrestling with the issue before the global pandemic but, with many workforces now regularly working outside of a... Read More


Q&A: What the EU’s Privacy Shield ruling means for the UK

Last week, Europe's highest court, the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU), invalidated the EU-US Privacy Shield, a legal framework relied upon by thousands of US and EU... Read More


Facebook fined $1.6M for improper sharing of user data

The Brazilian Ministry of Justice has leveled a $1.6 million fine on Facebook, after finding that data from almost half a million app users was shared with developers of "thisisyourdigitallife."... Read More


Facebook: 100 app developers may have accessed user data

Facebook has said around 100 app developers may have been able to obtain user data from groups on the social network, despite making changes to what third parties can see... Read More


UK signs ‘historic’ data sharing agreement with US

A “historic” agreement on sharing data will “dramatically speed up” investigations into criminals’ online activity, the Home Secretary has said. Priti Patel and US attorney general William Barr signed the... Read More


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