By Carl Brown2020-10-16T08:43:00+01:00
The Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) has fined British Airways (BA) £20m for failing to protect the personal and financial details of more than 400,000 of its customers.
Zoom Video Communications has agreed to pay $85 million and bolster its security practices in a class action lawsuit filed Saturday afternoon.
With technological data innovations comes a plethora of new data, and companies are being overwhelmed with enterprise data which can be a liability.
PrivSec Global, the leading data protection, privacy and security livestream experience, is back for another 2 information-packed days, featuring a series of brand new topics and themes, as well as everything you would expect from what has been described as; ”one of the must-attend events for privacy, data protection and security professionals in the world.”
The African regional forum of the International Bar Association (IBA) has published a comprehensive guide on data protection and privacy laws for legal practitioners on the continent.
The Austrian Supreme Court has referred a case against Facebook to the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU). The case has been dubbed “Schrems III,” as it’s the third CJEU reference involving Facebook and campaigner Max Schrems.
Drogasil pharmacy chain has been ordered to pay almost BRL730,000 ($112,000, €95,000) by Procon in Mato Gross, Brazil, for obtaining customers’ data without proper authorisation.
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