Facebook and WhatsApp have been issued with formal notices by France's data protection watchdog warning that data transfers being carried out for 'business intelligence' purposes currently lack a lega
Europe's 'right to be forgotten' ruling, which allows private citizens in the region to make requests that search engines delist incorrect, irrelevant or out of date information returned by an online
While Google shows off its latest developments at the I/O event in California, there’s been another development in the ongoing legal fallout from the 2014 Right to be Forgotten ruling in Europe.
Yet more privacy problems for Facebook in Europe. Now the French data protection authority, the CNIL, has issued the company with a formal notice to get its house in order and comply with European dat
France's data protection watchdog has rejected Google's appeal against an earlier enforcement notice in which the CNIL told the company to expand search delisting requests across all its domains, not
Google said "non." In a blog post, Global Privacy Counsel Peter Fleischer <a target="_blank" href="http://googlepolicyeurope.blogspot.fr/2015/07/implementing-european-not-global-right.html">explain
<i>Sacrebleu!</i> The NSA isn't the only security agency to collect data. In fact, France's <a href="https://beta.techcrunch.com/tag/prism/">PRISM-like</a> program is going very strong with <i>million
On September 24, French newspapers alerted Facebook that there could be a bug that would display private messages written in 2009 and earlier on users' timelines. It was then <a href="https://beta.tec