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  1. US news sites are ghosting European readers on GDPR deadlineRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | TechCrunch

    A cluster of U.S. news websites has gone dark for readers in Europe as the EU's new privacy laws went into effect on Friday. The ruleset, known as General Data Protection Regulation , outlines a robust set of requirements that internet companies collecting any personal data on consumers must follow.

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  2. Apple to start reporting government requests to remove apps from App...Read the original story

    Friday | Techmeme

    Digital privacy activist Max Schrems files official GDPR complaints against Google, Facebook, WhatsApp, and Instagram over forced consent - Europe's sweeping new data privacy regime came into effect this morning, and privacy activists are not wasting time in flexing their muscles. Some US news sites like the LA Times and the Chicago Tribune restrict access from EU as GDPR goes into effect - Some high-profile US news websites are temporarily unavailable in Europe after new EU data protection rules came into effect.

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  3. EU privacy law enters into force as activist takes aimRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 25 | The Japan Times

    New European privacy regulations went into effect on Friday that will force companies to be more attentive to how they handle customer data. The ramifications were visible from day one, with major U.S.-media outlets including the LA Times and Chicago Tribune forced to shutter their websites in parts of Europe.

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  4. Client Alert: Top Five Questions We're Being Asked Leading Up to 'GDPR Friday'Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 25 | JD Supra

    Friday, May 25, 2018, is arguably the biggest day in privacy law in many years. That is the day the European General Data Protection Regulation goes into effect.

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  5. App Maker Pays $100K to Settle COPPA ActionRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 25 | JD Supra

    To resolve allegations of Children's Online Privacy Protection Act violations, a Chinese software and consumer electronics company agreed to pay the New Jersey Attorney General's Office $100,000 and change its business practices. AG Gurbir S. Grewal charged Meitu, Inc., and its United States subsidiary with failing to notify parents and obtain consent before collecting personal information from children under the age of 13 as required by COPPA.

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  6. Silicon Valley must consider tech ethics, DeepMind co-founder saysRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 24 | Daily Herald

    ... algorithms could be tested, he said. Amid the backlash against technology companies in the past year over data privacy, election manipulation and fake news, Suleyman said that Silicon Valley would begin to change its ways. "I think there has been a ...

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  7. Gut check: Swallowed capsule could spot trouble, send alertRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 24 | WAFF-TV Huntsville

    ... its three electronic chips, said co-author Phillip Nadeau. Data encryption will be needed to protect patient privacy. And it's meant to be used once, so they'll need to make it flushable, co-author Mark Mimee said. As labs discover DNA with new ...

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  8. AP Explains: What's changing under new data privacy rulesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Houston Chronicle

    ... in Brussels on Tuesday, May 22, 2018. European Parliament President Antonio ... more Europe's new data and privacy rules take effect Friday, clarifying individual rights to the personal data collected by companies around the world for targeted ...

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  9. It just got easier to share locations with friends on SnapchatRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Mashable

    When Snap Maps launched last June , some privacy concerns were raised. But the company had the right idea, turning off sharing with all for everyone by default.

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  10. Why you're getting flooded with privacy notifications in your emailRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 25 | Fredericksburg.com

    ... If you're like most Internet users, you've probably gotten a dozen or more emails this week notifying you of looming privacy policy updates at your favorite websites - and perhaps even at a few sites you'd completely forgotten about. What is the big ...

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  11. Here's why privacy policy updates have been popping up on websites and in your inboxRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 25 | KSL-TV

    If you feel like you've been seeing an unusual amount of privacy policy updates popping up on your favorite websites or in your inbox, you're not going crazy. These updates are coming just ahead of a major new data privacy law called the General Data Protection Regulation .

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  12. Google and Facebook hit by GDPR complaintsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 25 | Andover Advertiser

    Privacy group Noyb said it filed the complaints because it believes the technology companies are using what it calls "forced consent". As part of the new General Data Protection Regulation , companies that gather data are required to gain consent, freely given, from users to collect and use their personal information.

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  13. GDPR privacy law is inspiring some epic Twitter memes - CNETRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 25 | CNet News

    The European Union's General Protection Privacy Regulation , which raises the standards and stakes of personal data privacy , centers on a pretty serious topic. But that hasn't stopped the internet from finding a way to poke fun at the mouthful that's been The GDPR applies to companies that collect, store, process or manage the data of European citizens, which means that companies with a digital presence in the EU have to comply with the law or But the law's global impact also means more people are chiming in to complain about -- or poke fun at -- all the privacy policies updates they've been bombarded with.

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  14. Court Rules Boyertown School District Can Let Transgender Students Use Bathroom Of ChoiceRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 25 | CBS Local

    ... conservative group Alliance Defending Freedom, filed a lawsuit alleging the district is violating his constitutional privacy rights by allowing transgender students to use the same facilities he uses. Alexis Lightcap, a student at Boyertown Senior ...

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  15. Aetna Sues Plaintiffs Firm, Consumer Watchdog in HIV Patient Privacy DebacleRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 25 | Law.com

    Aetna has sued a plaintiffs firm and a consumer group in connection with a compounded privacy blunder that outed HIV patients and forced the company to pay out $17 million to those affected. The insurance giant was originally sued in federal court in Philadelphia after it mailed notifications to patients about how to fill their HIV drug prescriptions that clearly identified them in envelope windows.

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  16. News roundup: Salvation Army opens new location a Apple signs deal...Read the original story

    Friday May 25 | Baton Rouge Business Report

    ... led to hundreds of departures from its peak team roster of more than 1,000 employees two years ago. A new European privacy law took effect today, causing several major U.S. news websites to suspend access across the region, and other U.S. newspapers ...

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  17. It's Day One of GDPR, and Facebook, Google Are Accused of Breaking New RulesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 25 | Barron's

    Within hours of the General Data Protection Regulation going into effect today, a privacy group accused Facebook , Alphabet 's Google, WhatsApp, and Instagram of violating Europe's strict new data-protection law. Austrian lawyer Max Schrems , a frequent critic of Facebook's privacy policies, on Friday filed complaints that claim the companies forced members to consent to terms of service with a "take it or leave it" threat.

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  18. MSU athletics official quit in 2016 amid inquiryRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 25 | Lansing State Journal

    ... citing an exemption in the law for when releasing a record would constitute "unwarranted invasion of personal privacy." The Ingham County Prosecuting Attorney's Office said it never received a report from MSU police involving Lewandowski to review ...

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  19. Why Are You Receiving So Many Privacy Update Emails?Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 25 | JD Journal

    Have you been receiving a stream of privacy emails from every random company you had ever given your address to lately? The reason for this is that the European Union has passed sweeping new online privacy regulations, and the rules will give EU residents greater control over their online data. But how does this new law affect those in the United States and other countries? Starting on Friday, the General Data Protection Regulation, or GDPR, will go into effect.

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  20. New privacy law forces some U.S. media offline in EuropeRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 25 | Trend

    Major U.S.-media outlets including the LA Times and Chicago Tribune were forced to shutter their websites in parts of Europe on Friday following the roll out of stringent new privacy regulations by the European Union, Reuters reported. The European Union General Data Protection Regulation came into effect on Friday, forcing companies to be more attentive to how they handle customer data with severe penalties for breaching consumers' privacy rights.

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