By PrivSec Report2019-10-31T10:31:00+00:00
The UN Human Rights Committee has ruled that the Mauritius government violated individuals’ rights to privacy with its National Identity Card Act.
Privacy and security of personal data used to be a reasonable assumption for customers. However as organizations large and small continue to suffer data breaches, this is no longer the case.
The Joint Committee of Parliament (JCP) has been given its fifth extension to deliver its report on the India’s Data Protection Bill (PDP).
Russia’s data protection authority, Roskomnadzor, has created a commission for the protection of personal data.
Privacy activists are concerned that the data could be used for caste-based or community profiling in a country where minority groups are disproportionately criminalised.
The Information Regulator in South Africa says it notes with concern photographs of former President Jacob Zuma taken in jail have been distributed through social media.
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