By PrivSec Report2019-10-31T09:57:00+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).
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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