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Privacy Cambridge Analytica whistleblower to testify before state Senate panel on privacy

Brittany Kaiser, whistleblower and former business development director of the now-defunct British political consulting firm Cambridge Analytica, and David Carroll, an associate professor at...

Privacy Goodwin opens law office in the 'other' Cambridge

along with private equity, financial services and real estate. Here in Massachusetts, it has dominated the legal work thrown off by biotechnology startups going public. Staffing the Cambridge...

Privacy Facebook Is Still Leaking Data More Than One Year After Cambridge Analytica

Facebook later said the firm connected to the Trump campaign may have improperly accessed data on 87 million users. The Federal Trade Commission slapped Facebook with a $5 billion fine as a result...

Privacy Facebook agrees to pay £500,000 fine over Cambridge Analytica data law breaches

James Dipple-Johnstone, deputy commissioner at the ICO, said the regulator’s main concern was that UK citizen data was exposed to a serious risk of harm. “Protection of personal information and ...

Privacy Facebook agrees to pay UK data watchdog’s Cambridge Analytica fine but settles without admitting liability

The ICO’s main concern was that UK citizen data was exposed to a serious risk of harm. Protection of personal information and personal privacy is of fundamental importance, not only for the rights...

Privacy Britain fines Facebook in Cambridge Analytica privacy scandal

Investigators say the consulting firm violated data security laws. "Protection of personal information and personal privacy is of fundamental importance, not only for the right of individuals, but ...

Privacy Cambridge Analytica whistleblower Brittany Kaiser: "The law doesn't protect you"

Most Americans have no idea how much of their private data is available to companies online or how it can be used to target and manipulate them. Brittany Kaiser, a whistleblower who exposed...

Privacy Australian privacy watchdog fails to deliver findings on Cambridge Analytica scandal after 18 months

Photograph: Dominic Lipinski/PA Australia’s privacy watchdog is yet to deliver findings on the Cambridge Analytica privacy scandal or seek fines against Facebook more than 18 months after its ...

Privacy Cambridge Analytica whistleblower: US heading in 'same direction as China' with online privacy

"Just because it's not the state doesn't mean that there isn't harmful impacts that could come if you have one or two large companies monitoring or tracking everything you do," says Christopher Wylie.

Privacy Cambridge Analytica whistleblower Chris Wylie to headline Big Data LDN 2019 keynote programme

Named as “the millennials’ first great whistleblower,” his revelations exposing the rampant misuse of data rocked Silicon Valley and forced numerous Fortune 500 companies to overhaul cybersecurity...

Privacy Facebook suspends tens of thousands of data-scraping apps following its Cambridge Analytica investigation

"And now, barely 24 hrs after insisting to my face that Facebook takes personal privacy more seriously than anything else, FB reveals potentially massive data breaches," said Missouri Sen. Josh...

Privacy Facebook Users Gain Leverage in Cambridge Analytica Privacy Suit

(Bloomberg) -- Facebook Inc. users suing over the social network’s worst-ever privacy scandal won leverage to pry into its internal records to back up their claims that the company failed to...

Privacy A ‘big data’ firm sells Cambridge Analytica’s methods to global politicians, documents show

“Under GDPR, the most efficient way to attest of the compliance of an anonymization technique such as aggregate data is to issue a privacy impact assessment which is usually conducted by IT ...

Privacy Instagram shows that Facebook's privacy problems didn't end with Cambridge Analytica

More than a year after the Cambridge Analytica scandal, we're only just beginning to take the full measure of how vulnerable our data is.

Privacy Shades of Cambridge Analytica: Instagram terminates partner collecting user data

Instagram today terminated a relationship with an advertising partner after it was discovered to be collecting data from user accounts, the latest in a long line of privacy failures involving ...

Privacy Senator seeks to prevent next Cambridge Analytica scandal with new voter privacy bill

As the 2020 election season heats up, Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) is introducing a new bill she hopes will help prevent the next Cambridge Analytica data scandal. Feinstein’s “Voter Privacy Act” ...

Privacy MPs want Facebook to clear up 'discrepancies' in Cambridge Analytica data-scraping evidence

LIKE A DOG WITH A BONE, UK MPs aren't letting Facebook go when it comes to probing the social network's privacy and data debacles. Collins noted that while Facebook has said it became aware of the ...

Privacy Netflix's The Great Hack review: Unraveling the Cambridge Analytica scandal but offering no solution

Data privacy has become a calling cry for activists in today's world and seeing how big tech giants such as Facebook and Google are handling your data, these activists do have a point. As the focus...

Privacy US regulators fine Facebook $5 billion for privacy claims; sue Cambridge Analytica

Any decisions about user privacy, instances where the data of 500 or more users has been compromised and Facebook's response to such an event will need to be reported within 30 days, the agreement ...

Privacy LuxTrust and Cambridge Blockchain Announce Private Beta for Privacy-Protecting Identity Platform IDKEEP

LuxTrust S.A., a leading Digital Trust Services Provider in Luxembourg, and Cambridge Blockchain Inc., a pioneer in digital identity enterprise Software, announced the private beta-testing phase...