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Irish regulator adds to scrutiny of video app that has drawn national security concerns
Transactions data offers new opportunities for state surveillance
Irish regulator has not resolved 98% of 164 significant data protection complaints
Chinese officials want to break up Alipay and create a separate app for Ant’s loans business
Data reform would remove a human check on algorithms
Excising Article 22 of Brussels regulations would alarm privacy campaigners
Regulator suggests simplifying choices to end repeated ‘cookie’ pop-ups from websites seeking user consent
iPhone maker says it will take time to ‘collect input’ and ‘make improvements’
Silicon Valley bets biometric technology can save us from having to remember endless logins
Ireland levies one of largest penalties for GDPR abuses after pressure from other EU countries
US military officials are blaming Isis for an attack near Kabul airport yesterday
Britain seeks to chart its own course on internet regulation in the wake of Brexit
‘Unauthorised individuals’ access personal information of 50m current and former users
Who is on the hook when CBDCs get hacked?
Draft EU laws signal the beginning of the end for Facebook’s endemic lack of transparency
By acting alone, the tech giant has stifled debate about the likely impact of its changes
Global support for move to scan US users’ iPhone photos sets up privacy battle with rivals
Security researchers raise alarm over potential surveillance of personal devices
Experts warn of ‘extreme uncertainty’ with regulatory crackdown set to go far beyond tech sector
FT analysis finds more than 40 groups including major pharmaceutical companies have accessed patient data sets
Business fears impact of legislation that targets posting of personal information online
UK Information Commissioner’s Office acts after ‘breach report’ from CCTV operator at health department
US group accused of failing to comply with data storage rules
Critics say data privacy law shake-up will cut access to information and hamper social media groups
Data commissioner Ulrich Kelber tells authorities GDPR standards are not being met