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We are committed to helping our customers comply with GDPR Regulation and other applicable a Microsoft spokesman said PositiveWe are committed to helping our customers comply with GDPR Regulation and other applicable a Microsoft spokesman said http://www.reuters.com/news/technology/article/us-eu-dataprotection-microsoft/eu-data-watchdog-raises-concerns-over-microsoft-contracts-idUSKBN1X00WF2019-10-22
But GDPR grants new powers to privacy enforcers to impose fines of up to 4 percent of global revenue or 20 million euros whichever is higher NegativeBRUSSELS A landmark European privacy law is making waves worldwide a year after it came into force fundamentally changing the way data are handled as Facebook Apple and Google face increasingly frequent complaints http://www.reuters.com/news/mediahttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-eu-dataprotection/yet-to-show-its-teeth-landmark-eu-privacy-law-already-a-global-standard-idUSKCN1SS1JU2019-05-23
GDPR has succeeded in raising awareness of personal data among individuals and companies and how to protect it said Benoit Van Asbroeck a partner at law firm Bird Bird PositiveBRUSSELS A landmark European privacy law is making waves worldwide a year after it came into force fundamentally changing the way data are handled as Facebook Apple and Google face increasingly frequent complaints http://www.reuters.com/news/mediahttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-eu-dataprotection/yet-to-show-its-teeth-landmark-eu-privacy-law-already-a-global-standard-idUSKCN1SS1JU2019-05-23
Europes GDPR also requires companies delete user data upon request PositiveHYDERABAD FRANCISCO Over the past year a team of as many as 260 contract workers in Hyderabad India has ploughed through millions of Facebook Inc photos status updates and other content posted since 2014 http://www.reuters.com/finance/article/us-facebook-ai-focus/facebook-labels-posts-by-hand-posing-privacy-questions-idUSKCN1SC01T2019-05-06
The European Data Protection Supervisor which monitors the blocs 70 institutions on their GDPR compliance launched its investigation on Monday NeutralBRUSSELS EU data protection authorities are investigating whether the European Commission and other EU institutions comply with the blocs strict data privacy rules in their software deals with Microsoft http://www.reuters.com/subjects/euro-zonehttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-eu-microsoft-dataprotection/eu-data-supervisor-probes-eu-bodies-software-deals-with-microsoft-idUSKCN1RK1FV2019-04-09
The probe will look into the Microsoft products and services used by the institutions and whether the contractual agreements between them and the U.S. software company are GDPRcompliant PositiveBRUSSELS EU data protection authorities are investigating whether the European Commission and other EU institutions comply with the blocs strict data privacy rules in their software deals with Microsoft http://www.reuters.com/subjects/euro-zonehttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-eu-microsoft-dataprotection/eu-data-supervisor-probes-eu-bodies-software-deals-with-microsoft-idUSKCN1RK1FV2019-04-09
We are committed to helping our customers comply with GDPR Regulation and other applicable laws and are confident that our contractual arrangements allow customers to do Microsoft said PositiveBRUSSELS EU data protection authorities are investigating whether the European Commission and other EU institutions comply with the blocs strict data privacy rules in their software deals with Microsoft http://www.reuters.com/subjects/euro-zonehttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-eu-microsoft-dataprotection/eu-data-supervisor-probes-eu-bodies-software-deals-with-microsoft-idUSKCN1RK1FV2019-04-09
The GDPR is driving personal data breach out into the said Ross McKean a partner at the firm specializing in cyber and data protection NegativeThe GDPR is driving personal data breach out into the said Ross McKean a partner at the firm specializing in cyber and data protection http://www.reuters.com/subjects/euro-zonehttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-eu-data-privacy/watch-what-you-share-activists-warn-as-60000-data-breaches-reported-under-new-eu-rules-idUSKCN1PU29W2019-02-06
The GDPR gives new powers to privacy enforcers allowing them to levy fines of 20 million euros or up to 4 percent of global revenue whichever is higher PositiveThe GDPR is driving personal data breach out into the said Ross McKean a partner at the firm specializing in cyber and data protection http://www.reuters.com/subjects/euro-zonehttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-eu-data-privacy/watch-what-you-share-activists-warn-as-60000-data-breaches-reported-under-new-eu-rules-idUSKCN1PU29W2019-02-06
The GDPR foresees fines of up to 4 percent of global revenues for companies that break the rules NegativeVIENNA Apple and Amazon are among eight tech firms named in a complaint filed in Austria by nonprofit organization noyb which cited their failure to comply with the European Unions General Data Protection Regulation http://www.reuters.com/legal/article/us-europe-privacy/austrian-data-privacy-activist-files-complaint-against-apple-amazon-others-idUSKCN1PC1FA2019-01-18





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Interesting impact of the GDPR 72hour Companies announcing breaches before investigations are former senior Facebook Chief Information Security Officer Alex Stamos said in a tweet NeutralNEW YORK Facebook Inc said on Tuesday that investigators have determined that hackers did not access other sites that use the social networking sites single signon in a massive cyberattack that the company disclosed last week http://www.reuters.com/news/technology/article/us-facebook-cyber-investigation/facebook-says-hackers-did-not-use-stolen-logins-on-third-party-sites-idUSKCN1MC2S82018-10-03
The GDPR is the first data privacy regime that foresees heavy fines for serious violations of up to 4 percent of a companys global turnover NegativeCOLOGNE Germany Brave a privacyfocused web browser set up by Silicon Valley engineering guru Brendan Eich filed privacy complaints in Britain and Ireland that could become a test case against search company Google and other digital advertising firms http://www.reuters.com/news/mediahttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-europe-privacy-complaint/mozilla-co-founders-brave-files-adtech-complaint-against-google-idUSKCN1LS2JL2018-09-13
It has previously said GDPR is a big change and is working with partners on compliance PositiveLONDON Europes new data privacy law has put a small army of tech firms that track people online in jeopardy and is strengthening the hand of giants such as Google and Facebook in the billion global digital advertising industry http://www.reuters.com/finance/article/us-advertising-gdpr-insight/europes-new-data-law-upends-global-online-advertising-idUSKCN1L80HW2018-08-23
In response to GDPR it has asked advertisers to certify they have the proper consent to use any data from thirdparty brokers potentially shedding itself of some liability NeutralLONDON Europes new data privacy law has put a small army of tech firms that track people online in jeopardy and is strengthening the hand of giants such as Google and Facebook in the billion global digital advertising industry http://www.reuters.com/finance/article/us-advertising-gdpr-insight/europes-new-data-law-upends-global-online-advertising-idUSKCN1L80HW2018-08-23
Theyre talking about currency headwinds but more we think its due to slower user growth given GDPR and more focus on Morningstar analyst Ali Mogharabi said NegativeFacebook Incs shares lost as much as a quarter of their value on Wednesday after executives said that profit margins would plummet for several years due to the costs of improving privacy safeguards and slowing usage in the biggest advertising markets http://www.reuters.com/finance/article/us-facebook-results/facebooks-grim-forecast-privacy-push-will-erode-profits-for-years-idUSKBN1KF2U52018-07-26
Companies risk fines of as much as 4 percent of their revenue for GDPR violations Neutralhttp://www.reuters.com/news/mediahttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-europe-privacy-advertising-gdpr/websites-and-online-advertisers-test-limits-of-european-privacy-law-idUSKBN1JS0GM2018-07-02
Gabriel Voisin an Londonbased attorney following GDPR at international law firm Bird Bird said that limited enforcement of consent requirements is enabling companies to push the line Negativehttp://www.reuters.com/news/mediahttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-europe-privacy-advertising-gdpr/websites-and-online-advertisers-test-limits-of-european-privacy-law-idUSKBN1JS0GM2018-07-02
Around 215 responded to questions about GDPR answering anonymously so they can express opinions more freely Negativehttp://www.reuters.com/subjects/aerospace-and-defense/article/us-japan-companies/japan-firms-slow-to-get-compliant-with-new-eu-data-privacy-rules-reuters-poll-idUSKBN1JG3JJ2018-06-21
Google has said its GDPR strategy is in line with guidance it has received from European authorities Neutralhttp://www.reuters.com/finance/article/us-europe-privacy-alphabet/google-tries-to-ease-tensions-on-eve-of-new-eu-privacy-law-idUSKCN1IP3WI2018-05-25
The International Association of Privacy Professionals found that only 40 percent of companies affected by the GDPR expected to be fully compliant by May 25 Negativehttp://www.reuters.com/subjects/aerospace-and-defense/article/us-europe-privacy-gdpr/eu-privacy-law-heralds-new-era-in-online-data-protection-idUSKCN1IQ0K92018-05-25
One key provision of GDPR the right to data portability is causing particular confusion Positivehttp://www.reuters.com/subjects/aerospace-and-defense/article/us-europe-privacy-gdpr/eu-privacy-law-heralds-new-era-in-online-data-protection-idUSKCN1IQ0K92018-05-25
On the business side companies are rushing to renegotiate contracts with suppliers and service providers because GDPR increases their liability if something goes wrong Negativehttp://www.reuters.com/subjects/aerospace-and-defense/article/us-europe-privacy-gdpr/eu-privacy-law-heralds-new-era-in-online-data-protection-idUSKCN1IQ0K92018-05-25
The GDPR clarifies and strengthens existing individual rights such as the right to have ones data erased and the right to ask a company for a copy of ones data Positivehttp://www.reuters.com/subjects/aerospace-and-defense/article/us-europe-privacy-gdpr/eu-privacy-law-enters-into-force-activist-takes-aim-idUSKCN1IQ0K92018-05-25
The GDPR is the biggest overhaul of data privacy laws in more than 20 years and aims to redress the balance between companies and individuals in the Internet age Negativehttp://www.reuters.com/finance/article/us-europe-privacy/activists-turn-tables-on-companies-as-eu-privacy-law-comes-in-idUSKCN1IN1KF2018-05-22
GDPR significantly closes this he said Positivehttp://www.reuters.com/legal//www.reuters.com/article/insurance-cyber-gdpr/insurers-cash-in-on-new-european-data-privacy-rules-idUSL5N1SN6QY2018-05-21
Seventeen of 24 authorities who responded to a Reuters survey said they did not yet have the necessary funding or would initially lack the powers to fulfill their GDPR duties Negativehttp://www.reuters.com/finance/article/us-europe-privacy-analysis/european-regulators-were-not-ready-for-new-privacy-law-idUSKBN1I915X2018-05-08
Under GDPR personal data is anything that relates to an identified or identifiable individual Neutralhttp://www.reuters.com/news/technologyhttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-europe-privacy-gdpr/factbox-europes-new-data-protection-law-what-will-change-idUSKBN1I916B2018-05-08
GDPR foresees fines of 2 to 4 percent of a companys annual revenues or 20 million euros whichever is higher Negativehttp://www.reuters.com/news/technologyhttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-europe-privacy-gdpr/factbox-europes-new-data-protection-law-what-will-change-idUSKBN1I916B2018-05-08
GDPR will apply to any company that has customers in the EU whether the firm was established in the bloc or not Negativehttp://www.reuters.com/news/technologyhttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-europe-privacy-gdpr/factbox-europes-new-data-protection-law-what-will-change-idUSKBN1I916B2018-05-08
GDPR introduces a onestop mechanism to make it easier for companies operating across the EU for example Facebook Google and Mastercard Neutralhttp://www.reuters.com/news/technologyhttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-europe-privacy-gdpr/factbox-europes-new-data-protection-law-what-will-change-idUSKBN1I916B2018-05-08
The dispute reflects differing interpretations of the GDPR which imposes a range of new requirements on how companies collect and process personal information about EU users Negativehttp://www.reuters.com/news/technologyhttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-alphabet-privacy-publishers-gdpr/google-gives-publishers-controls-to-comply-with-eu-privacy-law-axios-idUSKBN1I91R62018-05-08
GDPR violations can carry hefty fines and publishers wrote that Googles terms could multiply their exposure to potentially judgements by leaving them liable for misuse by Google and its partners Negativehttp://www.reuters.com/news/technologyhttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-alphabet-privacy-publishers-gdpr/publishers-rebuke-googles-interpretation-of-eu-privacy-law-idUSKBN1I11GG2018-04-30
Whats concerning is when they push publishers to interpret GDPR only the way Google interprets said Joshua Koran managing director at technology firm Sizmek which works closely with advertisers Neutralhttp://www.reuters.com/news/technologyhttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-alphabet-privacy-publishers-gdpr/publishers-rebuke-googles-interpretation-of-eu-privacy-law-idUSKBN1I11GG2018-04-30
Unless the GDPR is amended companies and outside investigators will lose access to material that many users have not realized they were giving up Negativehttp://www.reuters.com/legal/article/us-usa-cyber-nielsen/u-s-official-warns-of-unintended-consequences-of-european-data-privacy-law-idUSKBN1HO36J2018-04-19
On Monday White House cyber coordinator Rob Joyce on Twitter said that GDPR would undercut a key tool for identifying malicious domains on the internet Negativehttp://www.reuters.com/legal/article/us-usa-cyber-nielsen/u-s-official-warns-of-unintended-consequences-of-european-data-privacy-law-idUSKBN1HO36J2018-04-19
Schrems has founded a nonprofit called None Of Your Business that is hiring lawyers and exploring avenues for strategic over GDPR privacy violations Negativehttp://www.reuters.com/news/technologyhttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-facebook-privacy-costs-analysis/privacy-issues-emerge-as-major-business-risk-for-facebook-idUSKBN1GW01F2018-03-20
If this regulatory approach spreads to other countries or if GDPR ever becomes more onerous over the medium or long term it would pose more Deutsche Bank warned Negativehttp://www.reuters.com/news/technologyhttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-facebook-privacy-costs-analysis/privacy-issues-emerge-as-major-business-risk-for-facebook-idUSKBN1GW01F2018-03-20
Under GDPR companies will be required to report data breaches within 72 hours as well as to allow customers to export their data and delete it NegativeBRUSSELS Facebook said on Monday it was publishing its privacy principles for the first time and rolling out educational videos to help users control who has access to their information as it prepares for the start of a tough new EU data protection lawhttp://www.reuters.com/finance/article/us-facebook-privacy-eu/facebook-makes-privacy-push-ahead-of-strict-eu-law-idUSKBN1FI0DO2018-01-29
The GDPR will apply to any company offering services in the EU regardless of where it is headquartered NegativeBRUSSELS Businesses regulators and governments have just over 100 days to get ready for the biggest shakeup of personal data privacy rules since the birth of the internet the European Union executive said on Wednesday in a reminder of how much work still needs to be donehttp://www.reuters.com/subjects/euro-zonehttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-eu-dataprotection/eu-calls-on-firms-governments-to-speed-up-privacy-law-preparation-idUSKBN1FD2MG2018-01-24
New York legal services firm Axiom for example told Reuters it had more than 200 data privacy lawyers working on GDPR projects about a sixth of all its lawyers NegativeSAN FRANCISCO Business is booming for software and privacy experts as companies across the globe spend millions of dollars to comply with a landmark European data protection law even as many uncertainties remain about how the rules will be enforcedhttp://www.reuters.com/news/technologyhttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-cyber-gdpr-consultants/business-booms-for-privacy-experts-as-landmark-data-law-looms-idUSKBN1FB1GP2018-01-22
Lingesh Palaniappan CEO of Grit Software Systems described the work doing on GDPR compliance for a midsized software company as a grueling manual process NegativeSAN FRANCISCO Business is booming for software and privacy experts as companies across the globe spend millions of dollars to comply with a landmark European data protection law even as many uncertainties remain about how the rules will be enforcedhttp://www.reuters.com/news/technologyhttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-cyber-gdpr-consultants/business-booms-for-privacy-experts-as-landmark-data-law-looms-idUSKBN1FB1GP2018-01-22
Still unclear just how strictly GDPR which EU nations adopted in 2016 will be enforced at the start NegativeSAN FRANCISCO Business is booming for software and privacy experts as companies across the globe spend millions of dollars to comply with a landmark European data protection law even as many uncertainties remain about how the rules will be enforcedhttp://www.reuters.com/news/technologyhttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-cyber-gdpr-consultants/business-booms-for-privacy-experts-as-landmark-data-law-looms-idUSKBN1FB1GP2018-01-22
You have to vet them otherwise you get any Tom Dick or Harry saying a GDPR Lanois said NeutralSAN FRANCISCO Business is booming for software and privacy experts as companies across the globe spend millions of dollars to comply with a landmark European data protection law even as many uncertainties remain about how the rules will be enforcedhttp://www.reuters.com/news/technologyhttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-cyber-gdpr-consultants/business-booms-for-privacy-experts-as-landmark-data-law-looms-idUSKBN1FB1GP2018-01-22
just noticed GDPR and are now freaking out he added NegativeSAN FRANCISCO Business is booming for software and privacy experts as companies across the globe spend millions of dollars to comply with a landmark European data protection law even as many uncertainties remain about how the rules will be enforcedhttp://www.reuters.com/news/technologyhttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-cyber-gdpr-consultants/business-booms-for-privacy-experts-as-landmark-data-law-looms-idUSKBN1FB1GP2018-01-22





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But day one were going to have a UK version of the GDPR Data Protection including a right to be forgotten PositiveThe EUs top court has ruled that Google does not have to apply the right to be forgotten globally. http://www.bbc.com//news/technology-498082082019-09-25
But the kind of midsized businesses that knew about GDPR but maybe didnt have much of a specialised process handle failed NegativeAbout one in four companies revealed personal information to a womans partner who had made a bogus demand for the data by citing an EU privacy law. http://www.bbc.com//news/technology-492525012019-08-09
The GDPR makes it clear that organisations must be accountable for the personal data they hold said Information Commissioner Elizabeth Denham. PositiveThe UKs data privacy regulator has said it plans to fine the US hotel group Marriott International http://www.bbc.com//news/technology-489281632019-07-10
The law passed in May 2018 also introduced the GDPR rules which aims to protect privacy and security across Europe. PositiveIn the last few months Brexit has elbowed almost all other political stories off the headlines http://www.bbc.com//news/uk-480435552019-05-29
There are so many investigations happening covering information under GDPR and at any moment any of those may leak or get some public attention he said. NegativeData breaches are a time bomb under companies that let customer information go astray warns a security expert. http://www.bbc.com//news/technology-482150752019-05-10
Mr Sartin said he was surprised so little information about data breaches had shown up in public in the 12 months since GDPR came into force. NegativeData breaches are a time bomb under companies that let customer information go astray warns a security expert. http://www.bbc.com//news/technology-482150752019-05-10
He suggested it would be good for the internet if more countries adopted GDPR Europes data protection regulation PositiveAt the weekend Facebooks Mark Zuckerberg surprised the world by http://www.bbc.com//news/technology-477780932019-04-02
The Information Commissioners Office said that under the Data Protection Act and GDPR it was illegal for individuals to access personal data without authorisation. NegativeAn EE customer has said she was stalked by an expartner who worked at the firm after he accessed her personal data without permission. http://www.bbc.com//news/technology-468963292019-02-08
The groups claimed Google did not have a valid legal basis to process user data for ad personalisation as mandated by the GDPR. NegativeGoogle has been fined 50 million euros by the French data regulator CNIL for a breach of the EUs data protection rules. http://www.bbc.com//news/technology-469446962019-01-22
It said the option to personalise ads was preticked when creating an account which did not respect the GDPR rules NeutralGoogle has been fined 50 million euros by the French data regulator CNIL for a breach of the EUs data protection rules. http://www.bbc.com//news/technology-469446962019-01-22
However the GDPR provides that the consent is specific only if it is given distinctly for each purpose PositiveGoogle has been fined 50 million euros by the French data regulator CNIL for a breach of the EUs data protection rules. http://www.bbc.com//news/technology-469446962019-01-22
When GDPR took effect many of the biggest names in tech including Amazon Apple Google and Spotify made changes to let customers download a copy of their data. NegativeEntertainment streaming giants including Amazon Apple Google Netflix and Spotify have been accused of breaking the EUs data regulations. http://www.bbc.com//news/technology-469446942019-01-22
The GDPR requires the data to be both machinereadable and easily understood by customers. NegativeEntertainment streaming giants including Amazon Apple Google Netflix and Spotify have been accused of breaking the EUs data regulations. http://www.bbc.com//news/technology-469446942019-01-22
The maximum penalty for a breach of the GDPR is 20 million euros NegativeEntertainment streaming giants including Amazon Apple Google Netflix and Spotify have been accused of breaking the EUs data regulations. http://www.bbc.com//news/technology-469446942019-01-22





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Although the Marriott groups headquarters are in the US it has to comply with the EUs GDPR rules when dealing with citizens in the EU. NegativeThe records of 500 million customers of the hotel group Marriott International have been involved in a data breach. http://www.bbc.com//news/technology-464018902018-12-01
He praised Europes tough new privacy law the GDPR and called for the United States to bring in something similar PositiveIts not unusual for the technology industry to be accused of playing fast and loose with user privacy collecting data on a vast scale and needing to be reined in by new laws. http://www.bbc.com//news/technology-459937762018-10-27
The Trump administrations Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross warned in May that GDPR could harm transatlantic trade NegativeIts not unusual for the technology industry to be accused of playing fast and loose with user privacy collecting data on a vast scale and needing to be reined in by new laws. http://www.bbc.com//news/technology-459937762018-10-27
Mr Cook went on to commend the EUs GDPR which places stricter rules on how personal data is handled by businesses and organisations. NegativeApple chief executive Tim Cook has demanded a tough new US data protection law in an unusual speech in Europe. http://www.bbc.com//news/technology-459639352018-10-25
It also suggests the practice of copying in Mainstream Network to the emails may result in a GDPR breach. NegativeAn anonymous website has been using Facebook adverts to encourage British voters to email their MP and urge them to bin Chequers and back Brexit. http://www.bbc.com//news/uk-459268922018-10-21
Companies have had to adapt to the EUs new GDPR Data Protection privacy law which has discouraged the use of bring your own devices to work NegativeHuawei has decided not to use the wearabletech version of Android in its latest smartwatch opting instead for an inhouse operating system. http://www.bbc.com//news/technology-458126092018-10-17
In theory Facebook could be fined if it is found to be in breach of GDPR Europes data protection rules. NegativeFollowing the revelation that up to 50 million Facebook accounts may have been accessed in an attack due to a weakness in the platforms code many questions remain about the breach. http://www.bbc.com//news/technology-457068092018-10-02
So if Facebook is found not to have taken sufficiently robust measures prevent the it may be held to have infringed GDPR even if its response since has been exemplary NeutralFollowing the revelation that up to 50 million Facebook accounts may have been accessed in an attack due to a weakness in the platforms code many questions remain about the breach. http://www.bbc.com//news/technology-457068092018-10-02
You will remember earlier this year that inboxes were flooded with emails about GDPR NeutralAnother slew of technical notices aimed at providing guidance to the public and businesses on how to prepare for a nodeal Brexit were released by the government on Thursday. http://www.bbc.com//news/uk-politics-455112972018-09-14
For the information that can be requested under GDPR students can expect a response within a month so long as exam results have been published NegativeStudents in the UK will now have the right to obtain key information about their exam results for free http://www.bbc.com//news/technology-453432862018-08-29
Under the new act which mirrors the EUs GDPR Facebook could be fined as much as of global turnover NegativeWhen you entrust your data to a social network or a credit rating agency or even a mother and baby club you probably dont expect it to be exploited for political purposes. http://www.bbc.com//news/technology-448098182018-07-14
Shortly after GDPR came into force in May Google and Facebook were accused of breaking the laws by privacy group noyb NegativeFacebook Google and Microsoft push users away from privacyfriendly options on their services in an unethical way according to a report by the Norwegian Consumer Council. http://www.bbc.com//news/technology-446425692018-06-28
GDPR gives EU citizens more rights over how their information is used. NegativeMajor American news sites including the Los Angeles Times and the New York Daily News remain unavailable to readers in the EU a month after new data protection rules were implemented http://www.bbc.com//news/technology-446148852018-06-26
To tackle the transparency issue the European Unions GDPR Data Protection legislation has introduced a right to know if an automated process was used to make a decision. PositiveWere at an unprecedented point in human history where artificially intelligent machines could soon be making decisions that affect many aspects of our lives http://www.bbc.com//news/business-444662132018-06-15
The firm was investigated under the UK 1988 Data Protection Act which predates the new European data regulation GDPR. NegativeYahoos UK arm has been fined by the UK Information Commissioners Office over a data breach affecting more than 500 million users which took place in 2014. http://www.bbc.com//news/technology-444533842018-06-12
A service used to identify and contact website owners has been forced to strip out most of the information on its site to comply with the EUs GDPR legislation. NegativeA service used to identify and contact website owners has been forced to strip out most of the information on its site to comply with the EUs GDPR legislation. http://www.bbc.com//news/technology-442900192018-05-29
Icann the owner of Whois had asked for a delay to comply with GDPR. NegativeA service used to identify and contact website owners has been forced to strip out most of the information on its site to comply with the EUs GDPR legislation. http://www.bbc.com//news/technology-442900192018-05-29
In the UK which is due to leave the EU in 2019 a new Data Protection Act will incorporate the provisions of the GDPR with some minor changes. NegativeA number of highprofile US news websites are temporarily unavailable in Europe after new European Union rules on data protection came into effect. http://www.bbc.com//news/world-europe-442484482018-05-25
GDPR will strengthen your personal data rights including the way companies handle your data and redress for misuse of that data says consumer rights expert Adam French. NegativeTough new data protection laws come into effect on Friday that promise to bolster consumer rights. http://www.bbc.com//news/business-442084562018-05-25
GDPR is an important step in the right direction she says. NeutralTough new data protection laws come into effect on Friday that promise to bolster consumer rights. http://www.bbc.com//news/business-442084562018-05-25
GDPR is here and the likelihood is that many of the UKs 5 NeutralTough new data protection laws come into effect on Friday that promise to bolster consumer rights. http://www.bbc.com//news/business-442084562018-05-25
GDPR marks a watershed moment in how businesses deal with peoples data NegativeTough new data protection laws come into effect on Friday that promise to bolster consumer rights. http://www.bbc.com//news/business-442084562018-05-25
If you are like me the last week has provided a great chance to have a GDPR spring clean of your email inbox. NegativeIf you are like me the last week has provided a great chance to have a GDPR spring clean of your email inbox. http://www.bbc.com//news/technology-442406642018-05-25
Dont panic is the message though I suspect that is not what thousands of businesses have been hearing from those selling them GDPR consultancy. NegativeIf you are like me the last week has provided a great chance to have a GDPR spring clean of your email inbox. http://www.bbc.com//news/technology-442406642018-05-25
Complaints have been filed against Facebook Google Instagram and WhatsApp within hours of the new GDPR data protection law taking effect. NegativeComplaints have been filed against Facebook Google Instagram and WhatsApp within hours of the new GDPR data protection law taking effect. http://www.bbc.com//news/technology-442523272018-05-25
eu argues that the named companies are in breach of GDPR because they have adopted a take it or leave it approach NeutralComplaints have been filed against Facebook Google Instagram and WhatsApp within hours of the new GDPR data protection law taking effect. http://www.bbc.com//news/technology-442523272018-05-25
GDPR is very pragmatic on this whatever is really necessary for an app is legal without consent the rest needs a free yes or no option NegativeComplaints have been filed against Facebook Google Instagram and WhatsApp within hours of the new GDPR data protection law taking effect. http://www.bbc.com//news/technology-442523272018-05-25
Privacy advocate Max Schrems Many users do not know yet that this annoying way of pushing people to consent is actually forbidden under GDPR in most cases NegativeComplaints have been filed against Facebook Google Instagram and WhatsApp within hours of the new GDPR data protection law taking effect. http://www.bbc.com//news/technology-442523272018-05-25
Companies that fall foul of GDPR can be in extreme cases fined more than NegativeComplaints have been filed against Facebook Google Instagram and WhatsApp within hours of the new GDPR data protection law taking effect. http://www.bbc.com//news/technology-442523272018-05-25
Facebook said in a statement that it had spent 18 months preparing to make sure it met the requirements of GDPR. NegativeComplaints have been filed against Facebook Google Instagram and WhatsApp within hours of the new GDPR data protection law taking effect. http://www.bbc.com//news/technology-442523272018-05-25
Sadly while big companies have the resources to comply with the GDPR thats not always the case for small businesses NegativeSeveral tech firms have opted to block EU residents from using their services because of concerns they are not compliant with a shakeup to the 28nation blocs data privacy laws. http://www.bbc.com//news/technology-442391262018-05-24
The letter includes this The impact of the GDPR should be limited if you are compliant with the current laws and regulations NegativeAcross the UK small businesses are in something of a panic over GDPR. And among those worried about whether they will be ready for the new data protection laws are 650 firms based in Westminster http://www.bbc.com//news/technology-441285392018-05-15
The GDPR requires that personal data is processed fairly lawfully and transparently as well as enhancing peoples rights she said. NegativeThe government has halted researchers and others from accessing personal information about UK schoolchildren it has emerged. http://www.bbc.com//news/technology-441099782018-05-15
On 25 May the GDPR rules are enacted which impose heavy fines on organisations that do not do enough to protect sensitive information. NegativeStaff at IBM have been banned from using removable memory devices such as USB sticks SD cards and flash drives. http://www.bbc.com//news/technology-440694882018-05-10
I believe that GDPR will hasten some uses of blockchain says Mr Broughton NegativeFrom numbers on shirts to goalline technology the football industry has never been slow to adapt to new ideas and technologies. http://www.bbc.com//news/business-431139552018-05-04
He said a key component of GDPR was that the consumer should have control over their data NegativeFrom numbers on shirts to goalline technology the football industry has never been slow to adapt to new ideas and technologies. http://www.bbc.com//news/business-431139552018-05-04
As such the GDPRs impact will be felt globally not just in Europe. NeutralTheres a strong chance youve recently seen an email or popup box offering some important updates about the way a social media company or website plans to use your data http://www.bbc.com//news/technology-436592602018-04-30
There is also the possibility that users will not benefit from the controls of the GDPR if companies change the way they work. NegativeTheres a strong chance youve recently seen an email or popup box offering some important updates about the way a social media company or website plans to use your data http://www.bbc.com//news/technology-436592602018-04-30
Despite these caveats had the GDPR already been in force the Cambridge Analytica scandal may have played out very differently. NegativeTheres a strong chance youve recently seen an email or popup box offering some important updates about the way a social media company or website plans to use your data http://www.bbc.com//news/technology-436592602018-04-30
It highlights some of the ways you can take advantage of GDPRs new rights. NeutralMany app users inboxes are bulging with requests to review new terms of service and privacy conditions. http://www.bbc.com//news/technology-439076892018-04-27
GDPR is designed and intended to embody a data protection regime fit for the modern digital age explained Anya Proops QC a specialist in data protection law. NegativeNext month a new law will make the consequences of failing to protect personal data for banks and others far more serious. http://www.bbc.com//news/technology-436575462018-04-21
But GDPR significantly tightens up the rules PositiveNext month a new law will make the consequences of failing to protect personal data for banks and others far more serious. http://www.bbc.com//news/technology-436575462018-04-21
The strengthened consent is good news for consumers but preparing for GDPR can be difficult and confusing for businesses. NegativeNext month a new law will make the consequences of failing to protect personal data for banks and others far more serious. http://www.bbc.com//news/technology-436575462018-04-21
All of which means that the GDPR should make our personal data safer and less easily obtained by those we dont want to have it NegativeNext month a new law will make the consequences of failing to protect personal data for banks and others far more serious. http://www.bbc.com//news/technology-436575462018-04-21
Although GDPR is a piece of EU law the government has made it clear that the UK will remain signed up. NeutralNext month a new law will make the consequences of failing to protect personal data for banks and others far more serious. http://www.bbc.com//news/technology-436575462018-04-21
Second in the current privacypreoccupied era there is unlikely to be much public appetite to dilute GDPRs protections. NegativeNext month a new law will make the consequences of failing to protect personal data for banks and others far more serious. http://www.bbc.com//news/technology-436575462018-04-21
She added that regulators and lawmakers in the US and Canada were working on their own laws that would reflect the same controls offered by the gamechanging GDPR. NegativeFacebook has changed its terms of service meaning 1 http://www.bbc.com//news/technology-438221842018-04-19
In his answers to Congress over Facebooks involvement in the scandal Mark Zuckerberg said that GDPR was going to be a very positive step for the internet. NegativeFacebook has changed its terms of service meaning 1 http://www.bbc.com//news/technology-438221842018-04-19
The issue of compliance of this feature with GDPR is therefore not settled at this point NegativeFacebook has started asking European and Canadian users to let it use facial recognition technology to identify them in photos and videos. http://www.bbc.com//news/technology-437971282018-04-18
Under GDPR children are also afforded added protections which the EUs members can decide to limit to those under 13 or extend to those under 16. NegativeFacebook has started asking European and Canadian users to let it use facial recognition technology to identify them in photos and videos. http://www.bbc.com//news/technology-437971282018-04-18
One insurer Hiscox says it has been enjoying robust growth in its cyber insurance business particularly following the TalkTalk breach and as GDPR approaches NegativeWith cyberattacks increasing in frequency and severity many companies are turning to insurance to cover their mounting losseshttp://www.bbc.com//news/business-426879372018-01-16
The David says although there is some debate about this the GDPR focuses on what people intended their information to be used for NeutralToby Young has resigned from the board of a new university regulator after more than a week of criticism over controversial comments he made on social media.http://www.bbc.com//news/business-426219202018-01-09
At a recent conference on the issue deputy head of privacy Stephen Deadman described GDPR as the biggest single change for Facebook since it was founded NegativeEarlier this month Facebook announced it would be using facial recognition to let users know every time a photo of them had been uploaded to the site.http://www.bbc.com//news/technology-422650532017-12-30





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Read What have been the biggest problems or challenges the companies have should they watch out for or what should they avoid during the GDPR NegativeRead What have been the biggest problems or challenges the companies have should they watch out for or what should they avoid during the GDPR https://spectator.sme.sk/c/20833643/gdpr-lack-of-clarity-bothers-companies-the-most.html2018-05-24
Surveys indicate a rather postponed implementation of the GDPR in Slovakia. NegativeSurveys indicate a rather postponed implementation of the GDPR in Slovakia. https://spectator.sme.sk/c/20833631/revolution-in-personal-data-is-coming.html2018-05-24