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Weekly News Recap – 22-28 September

 

 

EU Parliament adopts GDPR-esque proposal that regulates data protection across EU institutions

The new Regulation will govern the data protection practices of EU institutions and lends from the General Data Protection Regulation, which came into force on 25th May 2018

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You could be fined twice for the same breach under GDPR and NIS

Critical infrastructure providers could be hit with a double penalty for a data breach where new EU laws coincide…

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Google Faces Privacy Backlash Over Chrome’s ‘Forced Login’ Policy

A tweak to the Chrome browser is prompting concern that Google is angling to suck up everyone’s browser histories…

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New patient data protection is not enforced says commissioner

Without a digitisation of the health care system, the problem of lost patient files in hospital cannot be solved, data commissioner Irene Loizidou-Nicolaidou said on Friday…

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Uber pays $148 mn over data breach in latest image-boosting move

Uber agreed Wednesday to pay a $148 million penalty over a massive 2016 data breach which the company concealed for a year, in the latest effort by the global ridesharing giant to improve its image…

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