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Many of the online platforms in use in Germany do not meet the standards set by the European Union's General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), according to a survey commissioned by the Justice Ministry.
A US federal judge said up to 29 million Facebook Inc users whose personal information was stolen in a September 2018 data breach cannot sue as a group for damages, but can seek better security at the social media company after a series of privacy lapses.
Didi Chuxing boss Jean Liu says car-pooling controversy was bigger ‘blow’ than her own fight against cancer
Didi has removed about 306,000 drivers from its platform since August last year, or one in every 100 registered drivers.
Snap Inc has launched a new Bitmoji feature that lets users make their avatars resemble themselves even more closely; it's called Mix and Match.
The Netherlands' top supermarket chain said on Nov 26 it has ditched plans to ask staff to upload photos of themselves in their underwear to work out sizes for new uniforms. The Albert Heijn retailer had asked workers at one of its stores in the eastern city of Nijmegen to send the pictures using an "innovative mobile app".
ByteDance has stepped up efforts to separate its social media app TikTok from much of its Chinese operations, amid a US national security panel's inquiry into the safety of the personal data it handles, people familiar with the matter said.
As facial recognition tech races ahead of regulation, Chinese residents grow nervous about data privacy
Generally believed to be more accepting of trading privacy for security, Chinese residents are increasingly voicing concerns about facial recognition. A law professor in east China recently sued a wildlife park after it introduced a facial recognition-based entry system.
Online services have upended the world of advertising by enabling marketers, including political campaigns, to refine their pitches to specific groups of people or geographic areas.
Indonesian police said on Nov 26 they have arrested 85 Chinese citizens for involvement in a cross-border telephone and Internet fraud ring after receiving a tip from Chinese police.
Democratic senators proposed legislation on Tuesday that would set penalties for online companies like Alphabet Inc's Google and Facebook Inc if they mishandle users' personal data.