The news of TikTok's massive €345m fine by Ireland's Data Protection Commission (DPC) has sent shockwaves throughout the social media world.
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In the past year, Zoom has been the subject of much criticism and debate due to its controversial update to its terms related to AI.
With Google's updated inactive account policy, users around the world could potentially lose important emails, photos and data if their account is not used within two years.
Recent reports conducted by An Observer have unveiled a concerning reality—20 NHS Trusts are collecting and sharing confidential patient data with Facebook.
Recent US research has revealed that, in many cases, user data is still being collected, processed and shared even when users opt out through a Consent Management Platform (CMP). This discovery has raised important questions about the effectiveness of CMPs for protecting online data privacy.
Following a BBC report which suggested that TikTok was making money from families in Syrian camps begging for donations on its platform, we take a closer look at what’s happened and what’s being done about it.