MEPs have been looking at COVID-19 contact tracing apps - how they work across borders and what happens to the data they collect.
The watchdog say they will “examine whether TikTok adequately protects the privacy of Dutch children”.
As the trial of NHSX’s contact tracing app kicks off on the Isle of Wight before national roll-out in weeks, Julian Hayes and Andrew Watson consider if data protection in the UK has become another casualty of coronavirus.
The French government's tracing project has raised many questions over privacy and civil liberties.
Apple and Google to harness phones for coronavirus infection tracking
European countries and developers are turning to mobile apps to track the spread of COVID-19, but they have to be careful to comply with strict EU data protection laws.
Life has been upended across Europe.
But the coronavirus pandemic has opened up a key question: where is the balance between privacy and public health during this crisis?
There are lots of people telling us how concerned we should be about giving up our data - but almost no one can tell us exactly why. And even fewer people are reminding us that privacy is a small price to pay for what tech platforms have created for our lives, economies and societies.
Spain's National Institute of Statistics has launched a controversial survey this week involving tracking mobile phones on a massive scale, without the consent of customers.
Snowden will be speaking via live link from Russia on Monday night to launch Web Summit 2019.
A bar in central London has installed new AI-powered facial recognition tech to help staff see who's next in line.
Facebook acknowledges the needs of law enforcement but wants to protect its users from unwanted snooping.
Public opinion has never really been on Meghan's side. But her estrangement from her father has been the source of substantial (and unfair) judgement.
Google wins 'right-to-be-forgotten' fight with France
There is much talk about the importance of free movement of people and goods between Brexit Britain and the EU. More important than either of these, however, is the free movement of data.
In the first legal challenge of its kind anywhere in the world, the Court ruled that the South Wales Police use of live facial recognition technology (‘FRT’), which has been trialled since 2017 was lawful even though no specific FRT law was or is in existence.
Facebook rolled out a new privacy feature in Ireland, Spain, and South Korea to allow users to sever the connection between their Facebook accounts and other websites.
Social media giant Facebook has been slammed with a record fine of more than €4 billion over privacy violations, but will this be enough to change how Facebook handles users' privacy data?
Campaigners have pledged to fight a move by British police to ask crime victims to hand over their mobile phones and social media passwords to investigators.
Breakfast With Belle is headed to Greece to interview MEP Eva Kaili- and we want to put YOUR questions to her. Comment or tweet with the hashtag #BreakfastWithBelle and stay tuned to see if she answers your question.
Survivors of the 2017 California wildfires, hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria were among the millions whose privacy was violated, the inspector general's report says.
A recently published study from Denmark has shown that state-run websites are selling personal data to advertising companies.
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Google’s smartphone services store users’ locations even when privacy settings are adjusted to shut these features off, according to a report by the Associated Press.
Facebook's profit warning brought a record US stock market dive, but despite major challenges over privacy and fake news the social media giant remains... a giant.
Facebook shares lost as much of a quarter of their value on Wednesday after executives said that profit margins would plummet for several years. Euronews takes a look at how this happened.