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San Francisco has become the first U.S city to ban the use of facial recognition technology (FRT). The system is a method of identifying or verifying the identity of an individual using their face. It can be used to identify people in photos, video, or in real-time. Campaigners say this is a victory for civil rights, … Continue reading Facial recognition technology – a threat to privacy?
Prince Harry has accepted “substantial damages” and an apology from Splash News and Picture Agency in the High Court after the media outlet used a helicopter to take photos of the Cotswolds home he shared with Meghan, Duchess of Sussex. The couple were forced to leave their home after the photos were published in newspapers … Continue reading Royals forced to quit their home after privacy and data breach
A new European centre to tackle data privacy will be opened by Google in Germany. The Safety Engineering Centre based in Munich is the latest effort by the tech giant to deal with digital safety issues. A team of engineers will oversee the development of privacy features across all the company’s products. The tech giant … Continue reading Google privacy tech hub plan for Germany
WhatsApp users have been warned to update their app immediately after a shock cyber threat was discovered. The Facebook-owned firm issued a stark warning as the popular service, which is used by over 1.5 billion people, has been targeted by cyber criminals which could allow them to access and monitor your smartphones. Hackers were able … Continue reading Cyber threat to WhatsApp users
UK organisations are required to pay the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) an annual data protection fee unless they are exempt. The fee payable depends on the tier of the organisation, and ranges from £40 to £2,900. Companies could also be fined a massive £4,350 if “aggravating factors” are present, and the funds thus recovered go … Continue reading No excuses for non-payment of Data Protection Fees says ICO
Verizon’s security expert Bryan Sartin said this week that he was “surprised” so little information about data breaches had shown up in public in the 12 months since GDPR came into force. The telecommunications company’s head of global security services told BBC News that “There’s a time bomb around these breaches.” The annual Verizon Data … Continue reading Security report warns data breaches are a “time bomb”
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