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Some of the world’s largest technology companies might be breaking the European Union’s new data privacy law, according to an analysis of their policies conducted by artificial intelligence software.
A group representing major internet companies including Facebook Inc, Amazon.com Inc and Alphabet Inc said it backed modernising US data privacy rules but wants a national approach that would preempt California's new regulations that take effect in 2020.
WASHINGTON/BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Financial watchdogs from North America, Britain and Asia are urgently seeking a formal exemption from the European Union’s tough new data privacy law to avoid hampering cross-border investigations, regulatory officials told Reuters.
The White House is working with bipartisan sponsors on a bill to protect data collected from students through educational apps - the first of President Barack Obama's Big Data privacy plans to gain traction in the Republican-controlled Congress.
Chipmaker Intel Corp said it is seeking a sponsor in Congress for a US data privacy bill it drafted that would shield companies from fines if they attest to the US Federal Trade Commission annually that they take strong measures to protect consumer data.
Six major web and Internet service companies, including AT&T Inc, Twitter Inc and Alphabet Inc's Google, will detail their consumer data privacy practices to a US Senate panel on Sept 26.
Apple Inc launched a television advertising campaign promoting its stance on data privacy, seeking to differentiate itself from tech industry rivals such as Alphabet Inc's Google and Facebook Inc that have become the target of regulatory scrutiny over the issue.
A US judge is ordering Facebook to turn over internal records regarding data privacy and access to user data.
A US judge ordered Facebook Inc to give shareholders emails and other records concerning how the social media company handles data privacy, after data for 87 million users was accessed by the British political consulting firm Cambridge Analytica.
Internet company Mozilla Corp said it was suspending advertising on Facebook Inc's social media platform on concerns of data privacy.