Reynders speaks out against 'Pegasus' surveillance

(Sep 16, 2021) European Union Justice Commissioner Didier Reynders called on EU member states to address privacy protections against unlawful surveillance in the wake of sn... Read More

Defendants question EU citizen surveillance; Costco web-tracking claims dismissed

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CNIL reports on cookie crackdown; Finnish regulator updates cookie guidance

(Sep 14, 2021) France's data protection authority, the Commission nationale de l’informatique et des libertés, Read More

T-Mobile CEO opens up on recent breach

(Aug 30, 2021) T-Mobile CEO Mike Sievert wrote a blog post discussing the company's privacy and security in the wake of the recent Read More

T-Mobile hit with CCPA claims in breach suit

(Aug 25, 2021) MediaPost reports T-Mobile has been hit with a class-action lawsuit in the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Washington over its recent Read More

FCC proposes $5.1M fine for TCPA violations

(Aug 25, 2021) The U.S. Federal Communications Commission proposed a $5.1 million fine against John Burkman, Jacob Wohl and J.M. Burkman & Associates for alleged violat... Read More

China adopts national privacy law

(Aug 20, 2021) The top legislative body in the People's Republic of China voted Friday to adopt a new national privacy law. The Standing Committee of the National People's ... Read More

The latest on a telecommunications company breach that exposed data of 47M

(Aug 19, 2021) T-Mobile confirmed a breach of its computer network exposed Social Security numbers, birth dates, driver’s license information and other data of more ... Read More

CDT releases report on maintaining privacy with encryption

(Aug 17, 2021) The Center for Democracy & Technology issued a Read More

OAIC announces investigation into telecom's data breach

(Aug 11, 2021) The Office of the Australian Information Commissioner opened an investigation into an alleged data breach involving Australian telecommunications provider Op... Read More