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The European Union seeks to lead a new world order on the trade rules on data

According to Politico, the EU's first line of attack is to push data protection rules in upcoming trade deals, as well in bilateral and multilateral trade agreements across the globe.

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Internet Privacy Engineering Network discusses state of the art technology for privacy and data protection

The 2019 Internet Privacy Engineering Network (IPEN) workshop takes place today at LUISS Guido Carli University in Rome, Italy. Co-hosted by LUISS University and the Università di Roma Tor Vergata, this year’s workshop will focus on what constitutes state of the art technology in data protection by design, in an effort to help establish a common understanding of this concept, the European Data Protection Supervisor explained.

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Spanish DPA fines LaLiga with 250,000 euros for its app remotely activating the microphone of user's mobiles

The AEPD  has sanctioned 250,000 euros the Professional Football League for a violation of the basic principles of transparency in the mobile app used by more than four million people in Spain to follow the results of matches live.

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According to the security firm Zimperium, most of the top banking apps have security flaws that put user data at risk.

After having downloaded the banks’ iOS and Android apps and scanned for security and privacy issues, the security firm's researchers revealed to TechCrunch that they have found most of the apps had issues, like failing to adhere to best coding practices and using old open-source libraries that are infrequently updated.

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Twitter publishes a new post to make its rules easier to understand

In a recent post, Twitter explained its rules with a simple and clear language to help its users

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