Giovanni Buttarelli

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A 10-point plan to reboot the data industrial complex for the common good – TechCrunch

A posthumous manifesto by Giovanni Buttarelli, who until his death this summer was Europe’s chief data protection regulator, seeks to…

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Libra, Facebook’s global digital currency plan, is fuzzy on privacy, watchdogs warn – TechCrunch

Privacy commissioners from the Americas, Europe, Africa and Australasia have put their names to a joint statement raising concerns about…

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Is Europe closing in on an antitrust fix for surveillance technologists? – TechCrunch

The German Federal Cartel Office’s decision to order Facebook to change how it processes users’ personal data this week is a…

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Big tech must not reframe digital ethics in its image – TechCrunch

Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg’s visage loomed large over the European parliament this week, both literally and figuratively, as global privacy regulators…

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Apple’s Tim Cook makes blistering attack on the “data industrial complex” – TechCrunch

Apple’s CEO Tim Cook has joined the chorus of voices warning that data itself is being weaponized again people and…

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An overview of Europe’s other big privacy rule change – TechCrunch

Gather round. The EU has a plan for a big update to privacy laws that could have a major impact…

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Europe is drawing fresh battle lines around the ethics of big data – TechCrunch

It’s been just over four months since Europe’s tough new privacy framework came into force. You might believe that little…