Tag: privacy

EU Data Sharing to China Under the Privacy Scanner

A group of European Members of Parliament (MEPs) have sought formal questioning of European Union data sharing mechanisms with China. Three members of the European People’s Party, Axel Voss,...

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Millions of Waze Users at Privacy Risk

 A vulnerability in Google’s navigation app Waze has been discovered by security researchers that allows hackers to stalk a user in real-time. Researchers from the University of...

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Ami Rojkes on the Price of Future Security

  Ami Rojkes is an Israeli-based writer with a focus in technology. Ami is currently the Chief Cyber Editor of Israel Defense, an Israeli magazine that covers topics in the Israeli...

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Kenneth Rashbaum on Today's Privacy Concerns

  Kenneth N. Rashbaum is a Partner at Barton LLP and aN Adjunct Professor of Law at Fordham University School of Law. Kenneth has a background in advising multinational corporations and...

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