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Top Microsoft exec says online privacy has reached 'a crisis point'

According to the Microsoft president Brad Smith it's time to update antitrust laws for the digital age.

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Imperva explains how hackers stole AWS API Key and accessed to customer data

Imperva shared details on the incident it has recently suffered and how hackers obtain data on Cloud Web Application Firewall (WAF) customers.

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Brave writes to all European governments to press for strong ePrivacy protections

Brave has written to EU Member States to urge the prohibition of cookie walls, and the inclusion of privacy by default, in the ePrivacy Regulation.

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Cambridge Analytica whistleblower: US heading in ‘same direction as China’ with online privacy

Online privacy in the U.S. is heading in the “same direction” as China, Cambridge Analytica whistleblower Christopher Wylie told CNBC.

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No-deal Brexit data - should firms worry?

Take steps now to keep receiving data legally from the EU." That's the message for businesses in a full page government advert in the Financial Times and elsewhere.

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