The world’s strictest data protection rules have just gone into effect across Europe. DW speaks with EU Justice Commissioner Vera Jourova about its implications for small businesses.
Tim Cook has warned that internet users' personal data is being "weaponized" by internet giants. His solution is a US data protection law that imitates many of the EU's stringent rules.
India's government has been pushing to make the biometric ID mandatory for everything from opening a new bank account to school admissions. The Supreme Court has now ruled on the controversial scheme.
British regulators slapped Facebook with the maximum possible fine for failing to protect user privacy. Facebook's faulty practices meant 87 million users' personal data was used without their consent.
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