Lexion raises $4.2M to bring AI to contract...
Contract management isn’t exactly an exciting subject, but it’s a real pain point for many companies. It...
OneTrust raises $200M at a $1.3B valuation to...
GDPR, and the newer California Consumer Privacy Act, have given a legal bite to ongoing developments in online privacy...
What everyone at a startup needs to know about...
The immigration process in the U.S. has become a high-stakes undertaking for employers, workers, and entrepreneurs....
With a fresh $10 million in the bank, DotLab...
Thirty-three-year-old founder of personalized medicine company DotLab, Heather Bowerman, wants to shake up the...
U.S. Senator and consumer advocacy groups urge...
The groups behind a push to get the U.S. Federal Trade Commission to investigate YouTube’s alleged violation of...
EU-US Privacy Shield legal showdown now set for...
A legal challenge to a data transfer mechanism that’s used by thousands of companies to authorize taking European...
EU-US Privacy Shield complaint to be heard by...
A legal challenge to the EU-US Privacy Shield, a mechanism used by thousands of companies to authorize data transfers...
LinkedIn forced to ‘pause’ mentioned in the...
LinkedIn has been forced to ‘pause’ a feature in Europe in which the platform emails members’...
Even years later, Twitter doesn’t delete your...
When does “delete” really mean delete? Not always or even at all if you’re Twitter . Twitter retains...
Privacy campaigner Schrems slaps Amazon, Apple,...
European privacy campaigner Max Schrems has filed a fresh batch of strategic complaints at tech giants, including...
Europe is drawing fresh battle lines around the...
It’s been just over four months since Europe’s tough new privacy framework came into force. You might...
European parliament gives thumbs up to...
The European Parliament has just voted to back controversial proposals to reform online copyright — including...
Google back in court arguing against a global...
Google’s lawyers are in Europe’s top court today arguing against applying the region’s so-called...
Wikimedia warns EU copyright reform threatens the...
The Wikimedia Foundation has sounded a stark warning against a copyright reform proposal in Europe that’s due to...
Google’s lead lawyer moves into a global policy...
Google is promoting its top lawyer, Kent Walker, into a global policy position, CNBC reports. Walker, Google SVP and...
European MEPs vote to reopen copyright debate...
A 318-278 majority of MEPs in the European Parliament has voted to reopen debate around a controversial digital...
Audit of NHS Trust’s app project with DeepMind...
A third party audit of a controversial patient data-sharing arrangement between a London NHS Trust and Google DeepMind...
Europe’s top court takes a broad view of...
An interesting ruling by Europe’s top court could have some major implications for data mining tech giants like...
Brexit data transfer gaps a risk for UK startups,...
The uncertainty facing digital businesses as a result of Brexit was front and center during a committee session in the...
Facebook denied a stay to Schrems II privacy...
Facebook’s attempt to block a series of legal questions relating to a long-running EU privacy case from being...