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VIENTIANE (Vientiane Times/ANN): The Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment recently issued a notice to suspend certifying and rechecking the documents for using forest land by individuals, legal entities or organisations in areas of preserved, protected and production forests throughout the country.
According to a report by The Irish Times, both Android phones and iPhones send data to their companies every four and a half minutes.
DUESSELDORF (Reuters) - A German court on Wednesday criticised curbs on data collection imposed on Facebook by the country's antitrust watchdog, in an indication that it may find in favour of the social network's appeal against the two-year-old order.
Data privacy: China defines for the first time ‘necessary’ information that apps can collect, closing ‘bundled consent’ loophole
Users of livestreaming, short video, news, browser and utility apps can access basic services on these platforms without providing personal information. The new rules come as China seeks to expand the internet industry’s role in economic growth, while providing more protection for consumers’ personal data.
(Reuters) - Google's plan to block a popular web tracking tool called "cookies" is a source of concern for U.S. Justice Department investigators who have been asking advertising industry executives whether the move by the search giant will hobble its smaller rivals, people familiar with the situation said.
At least six apps highlighted in CCTV’s annual consumer rights exposé have been removed from app stores. The move comes as Beijing intensifies scrutiny on personal data collection by tech companies.
Apple Inc faces a French antitrust probe into planned changes to the way it collects iPhone users’ data after regulators flagged concerns with the US tech giant’s influence over online advertising.
As AWS has grown, it has developed its own icons and quasi-mythical origin stories – many woven deep in the fabric of Seattle.
Google failed to kill a lawsuit alleging that it secretly scoops up troves of Internet data even if users browse in “Incognito” mode to keep their search activity private.
A US judge known as a sharp critic of how tech companies treat consumer privacy was “disturbed” to learn from Google last month that even the search bar on the public website for her court is feeding user information to the company.