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The USA has announced its intention to pass legislation which will allow European Union citizens not domiciled in the US to enforce their data protection rights. European Union Commissioner for Justice, Fundamental Rights and Citizenship welcomed the announcement.
One of the world’s most prominent e-mail providers, Microsoft, has announced its resistance to a US government warrant seeking disclosure of e-mail data held in a data centre in Ireland.
The German Press Council has publicly reprimanded the German online newspapers, Bild.de and FAZ.net (Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung). In total, the Press Council’s complaints committee issued reprimands in four cases. Weiterlesen →
Germany’s Ministry of Justice has announced plans to develop a draft bill on data retention. The Government, however, will await judgment from the European Court of Justice on the topic before introducing a formal bill. Weiterlesen →
At the 35th International Conference of Data Protection and Privacy Commissioners, data protection and privacy commissioners adopted resolutions on a number of important privacy issues. Strengthening international privacy law and web tracking were just two interesting topics. Weiterlesen →
Details of how Yahoo was forced by a court order to participate in the US intelligence surveillance programme, PRISM, are to be made public. Weiterlesen →
Telecommunication companies and ISPs recurrently report incidents of customers’ personal data being lost, stolen or compromised in some other way. Legislative proposals from the European Commission seek to introduce rules which define how such incidents should be handled. Weiterlesen →