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EU and US Authorities Agree to Stronger Data Protection for Transatlantic Data Flows

By Tim Saviola – Edited by Ariane Moss

The European Commission and the United States have agreed on a new Privacy Shield to better protect European consumers. Under the new scheme, new data protection obligations will be implemented for US companies working with European citizen’s data, and a more robust enforcement mechanism is available to process complaints. The details are set to be enacted into law by June, but have met criticism for not going far enough to protect Europeans.

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Posted On Apr - 19 - 2016 Comments Off READ FULL POST

Georgia House of Representatives Proposes Bill to Regulate Drone Use

By Felicia (Feiran) Chen – Edited by Colette Ghazarian

A number of Georgia state legislators have proposed a bill to regulate the use of unmanned aircraft. If passed, the new law would impose criminal penalties for the capturing of images using drones under certain circumstances.

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Posted On Apr - 4 - 2016 Comments Off READ FULL POST

France Fines Google Over Global Right to be Forgotten

By Kayla Haran – Edited by Ariane Moss

A French regulator fined Google €100,000, claiming the tech giant had insufficiently complied with a 2014 decision by the European Court of Justice regarding the right to be forgotten. Google maintains that it acted properly, and plans to appeal the fine.

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Posted On Apr - 4 - 2016 Comments Off READ FULL POST

Federal Court Orders Apple to Unlock iPhone. Apple Refuses.

By Filippo Raso – Edited by Frederick Ding

Apple challenges federal magistrate judge’s order directing Apple to create software allowing the FBI to circumvent security measures in the San Bernardino terrorist’s iPhone. While the Department of Justice claims the court has legal authority to demand Apple’s assistance, Apple argues the order undermines broader consumer privacy and security.

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Posted On Mar - 29 - 2016 Comments Off READ FULL POST

Flash Digest: News in Brief

By Frederick Ding — Edited by Ken Winterbottom

Supreme Court grants certiorari to Samsung on design patent damages

Justice Department announces indictments of seven Iranians for state-sponsored cyberattacks

Civil liberties group warns of NYC’s newest surveillance network: free public Wi-Fi

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Posted On Mar - 28 - 2016 1 Comment READ FULL POST
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