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Privacy Here’s why Facebook agreed to pay $550 million privacy settlement to Illinois

Adam Pezen, Carlo Licata and Nimesh Patel are among millions of people who have been tagged in Facebook photos at some point in the past decade, sometimes ...

Privacy Facebook has agreed to pay $550 million to settle class-action privacy lawsuit, days after Supreme Court declined to take case

Under Illinois law, tech giants and other companies must obtain explicit permission before collecting a wide array of biometric data, including scans of one’s face ... The case quickly evolved into...

Privacy Facebook on privacy, part 1: ‘You agreed to it’

Let us not indifferently respond “yes, and why would we expect anything else from Facebook?” or “no, anyone who expects privacy online is a dunce.” Instead, let us consider: how should we think...

Privacy Congress and Trump Agreed They Want a National Privacy Law. It Is Nowhere in Sight.

WASHINGTON — A rare thing emerged in Washington early this year: agreement. Republicans and Democrats in Congress, as well as the Trump White House, all said they wanted a new federal law to...

Privacy Greed, privacy and liability: Reevaluating internet platforms | Opinion

Dean Balaes earned a master of theology and ethics degree at Vanderbilt University, the Divinity School, and he earned a doctor of jurisprudence at Vanderbilt University, the Law School. When ...

Privacy Australian government's data sharing principles far from agreed upon

Read more: Consent removed from Australia's proposed data-sharing legislation One example is the claim that the health research consent waiver in the Privacy Act 1988 was "accepted by the public" ...