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Weekly News Recap October 27-02 November

 

Facebook fined £500,000 over ‘serious’ breaches in data protection

Facebook has been fined the maximum amount possible after the data of up to 87 million people was harvested. The UK’s Information Commissioner’s Office finedFacebook £500,000 as part of an investigation into the use of data analytics for political purposes…

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Protection of Privacy in the Spotlight at Second Annual Review of EU-US Data Transfer Pact

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Luanda, Oct 28 (Prensa Latina) Angola is taking the final steps on Sunday for the opening of the Data Protection Agency, said Vice Minister of Telecommunications Mario Oliveira. Although he did not refer to a specific date for such a birth,…

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Still struggling with GDPR? Here are some tips for SMEs

Privacy and data protection expert Barry Cook shares some useful advice for those still stumped by GDPR. We have now crossed the 150-day mark of the European Union’s (EU) General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) coming into force…

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“Consent is one of the key concepts in GDPR”

The “developing under the GDPR” narrative is still not over. A big part of the developer world is still trying to figure out how to interpret the regulation. We caught up with freelance consultant and developer Michiel Rook to talk about the key concepts of GDPR and its implications in event sourcing….

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