Parts of South Africa's privacy law to take effect June 30, July 1

(Jun 23, 2020) South African President Cyril Ramaphosa proclaimed sections of the Protection of Personal Information Act into law and will become effective June 30 and July... Read More

US faces privacy hurdles with contact-tracing development

(Jun 23, 2020) The Wall Street Journal reports state governments across the U.S. are falling short with efforts to roll out COVID-19 contact-tracing apps in a timely fashio... Read More

UK turns to Google-Apple contact-tracing system

(Jun 19, 2020) BBC News reports the U.K. has opted to abandon its COVID-19 contact-tracing app in favor of Google and Apple's app. The switch from the centralized approach ... Read More

Zoom to roll out encryption to all users

(Jun 18, 2020) The Hill reports Zoom Read More

The latest COVID-19 contact-tracing updates from EU, US and more

(Jun 17, 2020) Countries around the world continue to grapple with COVID-19 contact-tracing apps and their privacy applications. Here are the latest developments regarding ... Read More

Hawley calls for FTC to investigate Zynn app

(Jun 11, 2020) U.S. Sen. Josh Hawley, R-Mo., wrote a Read More

Croatian presidency releases latest report on draft ePrivacy Regulation

(Jun 5, 2020) The Croatian Presidency of the Council of the European Union submitted a progress report on the latest Read More

Zoom cites law enforcement cooperation in encryption decision

(Jun 5, 2020) Zoom CEO Eric Yuan raised privacy concerns after revealing the platform’s Read More

The latest COVID-19 contact tracing updates from France, Germany, UK and US

(Jun 3, 2020) Countries around the world continue to grapple with COVID-19 contact tracing apps and their privacy applications. Here are the latest developments regarding ... Read More

The latest COVID-19 contact tracing updates from Canada, Italy, UK and more

(Jun 2, 2020) Countries around the world continue to grapple with COVID-19 contact tracing apps and their privacy applications. Here are the latest developments regarding ... Read More