Weekly News Recap April 27 – May 03


DPC to Investigate Facebook Over Password Storage


A Rear-View Look at GDPR: Compliance Has No Brakes


Why data privacy without data visibility doesn’t cut it for GDPR

We’re approaching the first anniversary of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Unfortunately, some companies still aren’t making the grade when it comes to protecting data…


Data Protection Commissioner says US tech firms may have breached GDPR

The Data Protection Commissioner has told a US Senate Committee that her office has reason to believe that US technology firms may have breached the European Union’s new data protection rules…


Bulgaria’s Commission for Protection of Personal Data in key stance on media reporting

Bulgaria’s Commission for Protection of Personal Data has issued its opinion on personal information that the media can lawfully publish after the commission was approached on the question by a company at the centre of a controversy about the acquisition of apartments by politicians…


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