GDPR

GDPR

Following France’s €50 million notice to Google, Sweden’s pulls up the technology giant for failing to comply with GDPR. As a result, Datainspektionen, Sweden’s data watchdog has sent a letter asking if its location privacy setting comply with GDPR. The action comes after a Swedish consumer rights organization found Google violating GDPR norms. US researchers found that Google does not stop collecting data even after turning off location settings. Therefore,

European Watchdogs Accused Google of Invading Privacy

Google, the American multinational technology company specializing in internet related services, is into news again. And this time it is bad news. A group of European consumer monitoring team have recently filed a complaint of privacy against Google stating that the company is tracking web users by manipulative tactics. They are filing the complaint under a new data protection configuration, GDPR by the EU. GDPR regulates the use of data

AI to Figure out Way of Audit on Violation of EU’s Privacy Rules

The privacy regulator in the UK has appointed the first academic professional for improving the artificial intelligence (AI) and has asked him to figure out the way of audit ‘black box’ of AI algorithm. Even after Brexit, the UK has accepted the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which was imposed from 25 May via the GDPR and Data Protection Act 2018. This GDPR has analyzed the works for how