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New technologies are constantly changing the issue of data privacy. These changes range from the small and incremental to those which make old ideas and rules obsolete. It has therefore never been more important to stay up-to-date with data privacy news, which is why we created this tailored email digest. This applies to everyone who uses the internet, as the issue of data privacy affects all. The topic includes considerations of the type and nature of personal data that individuals believe should be private. It also covers the way companies, governments and other organizations access and store that data. And it covers the laws that govern the whole topic. It is rarely out of the news with things like whistleblowers being accused of leaking state secrets; to security breaches at leading companies resulting in compromised customer information; to policy debates as to how long personal data can be stored. To stay informed about all of these issues get the Wiser data privacy news email today. Once signed up you will receive a free daily email featuring the latest and most important data privacy news and information from around the web.

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Your Weekly Recommendations Thursday, November 23, 2017
 
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European privacy regulators to discuss Uber’s data breach
Venture Beat • Reuters
EU privacy regulators to discuss Uber hack next week
Reuters • Julia Fioretti
8 Alarming ways your cyber security is at risk
SAP Blogs • Moti Hamou קידום אתרים
Thanksgiving: How Will You Keep the Peace?
The New Yorker • Emily Flake
Daily Cartoon: Thursday, November 23rd
The New Yorker • Ellis Rosen
India firm on stopping terrorists from using social media: Ravi Shankar Prasad
The Economic Times of India • Ians
Uber probed by global regulators over huge data breach and cover up
CNBC • Arjun Kharpal
European Law Claims to Protect Consumers… By Blocking the Web
Electronic Frontier Foundation • Jeremy Malcolm
Uber faces slew of investigations in wake of 'outrageous' data hack cover-up
The Guardian • Julia Carrie Wong
NSA Internet Surveillance Under Section 702 Violates the First Amendment
Electronic Frontier Foundation • Rainey Reitman
 
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Data Privacy, Mobile Phones
European privacy regulators to discuss Uber’s data breach
Venture BeatReuters
(Reuters) — European Union privacy regulators will discuss ride-hailing app Uber’s massive data breach cover-up next week and could create a task-force to coordinate investigations. Uber faces regulatory scrutiny after CEO Dara Khosrowshahi said the company covered up a data breach last...
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Data Privacy, Mobile Phones
EU privacy regulators to discuss Uber hack next week
ReutersJulia Fioretti
BRUSSELS () - European Union privacy regulators will discuss ride-hailing app Uber’s [UBER.UL] massive data breach cover-up next week and could create a task-force to coordinate investigations. Uber faces regulatory scrutiny after CEO Dara Khosrowshahi said the company covered up a data...
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Data Privacy, Google Inc
8 Alarming ways your cyber security is at risk
SAP BlogsMoti Hamou קידום אתרים
It was 1984 when this prophecy was upon us, “I always feel like, somebody’s watching me. And I have no privacy.” The lyrics by American singer Rockwell were soon to prevail our current world, surrounding technology. It is now nearing the end...
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Copyright, Data Privacy
Thanksgiving: How Will You Keep the Peace?
The New YorkerEmily Flake
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Copyright, Data Privacy
Daily Cartoon: Thursday, November 23rd
The New YorkerEllis Rosen
Emma and Colin belt out some captions with the help of the cartoonist and keyboardist Jason Adam Katzenstein. “And then they literally have a parade.” “It’s a deal—we overlook the allegations against you, and you vote for the tax bill.” By Kim...
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Data Privacy
India firm on stopping terrorists from using social media: Ravi Shankar Prasad
The Economic Times of IndiaIans
NEW DELHI: Radical elements and terrorists are abusing social media platforms for perpetuating hate and terror but India is determined to address the misuse of cyberspace and thwart them, IT Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad said on Thursday. Addressing the inaugural session of...
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Data Privacy, Green Transportation
Uber probed by global regulators over huge data breach and cover up
CNBCArjun Kharpal
Regulators around the world are probing a massive data breach at ride-hailing service Uber and its apparent role in covering it up. On Tuesday, Uber disclosed that hackers stole data from 57 million riders and drivers in an attack that happened in...
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Data Privacy
European Law Claims to Protect Consumers… By Blocking the Web
Electronic Frontier FoundationJeremy Malcolm
Last week the European Parliament passed a new Consumer Protection Regulation [PDF] that allows national consumer authorities to order ISPs, web hosts and domain registries to block or delete websites... all without a court order. The websites targeted are those that allegedly...
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Data Privacy, Security Software & Services
Uber faces slew of investigations in wake of 'outrageous' data hack cover-up
The GuardianJulia Carrie Wong
Uber is facing government scrutiny around the world in the wake of its admission it concealed a massive data breach affecting 57 million drivers and passengers. The $68bn ride-hailing company acknowledged Tuesday that hackers had stolen the personal information in October 2016,...
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Data Privacy, Freedom of Speech
NSA Internet Surveillance Under Section 702 Violates the First Amendment
Electronic Frontier FoundationRainey Reitman
The First Amendment is too often overlooked in discussions of the National Security Agency’s vast surveillance authorities. But as Congress considers whether to reauthorize Section 702 of FISA this winter, we must remember that it’s not just our Fourth Amendment rights to...
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