Vestager: DMA won't specifically target US companies

(Jun 21, 2021) European Commission Executive Vice President Margrethe Vestager shot down the idea of the draft Digital Markets Act only targeting U.S. companies, Financial ... Read More

EDPB, EDPS issue opinion on proposed AI rules

(Jun 21, 2021) The European Data Protection Board and European Data Protection Supervisor released a joint opinion on the European Commission's Read More

Facebook, WhatsApp make request to Delhi High Court in privacy notice case

(Jun 21, 2021) Facebook and WhatsApp made a request to the Delhi High Court in a case regarding the messaging application's new privacy notice, The Tribune reports. The com... Read More

Adtech company defeats two user-tracking suits

(Jun 21, 2021) MediaPost reports advertising technology company NaviStone was cleared of lawsuits in California and Pennsylvania pertaining to the legality of its user-trac... Read More

Notes from the Asia-Pacific region, 18 June 2021

(Jun 17, 2021) Dear privacy pros, Shortly after my last introduction, where I alluded t... Read More

Nova Scotia privacy commissioner calls for strong vaccine passport privacy protections

(Jun 17, 2021) Nova Scotia Information and Privacy Commissioner Tricia Ralph called for future vaccine passports to have proper privacy protections in place, CBC News repor... Read More

EU-US data transfer deal still work in progress, despite new alliance

(Jun 17, 2021) U.S. President Joe Biden and European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen have put pen to paper on the establishment of a new EU-U.S. Trade and Technol... Read More

As EU-US forge new trade alliance, data transfer deal still work in progress

(Jun 17, 2021) U.S. President Joe Biden and European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen inked the establishment of a new EU-U.S. Trade and Technology Council, pledgi... Read More

Report: UK MPs suggest tossing GDPR, creating new standard

(Jun 17, 2021) The U.K. Parliament's Taskforce on Innovation, Growth and Regulatory Reform filed a Read More

Apple CEO says EU’s proposed DMA threatens iPhone security, privacy

(Jun 17, 2021) Apple CEO Tim Cook said the European Union’s proposed Digital Markets Act will threaten the security and privacy of iPhones, Reuters reports. While Cook said... Read More