With so much understandable coverage of protests in the wake of the murder of George Floyd by a now-former police officer, many of us didn’t keep up with a lot of other news last week. Here are some of the headlines that Joe Cadillic compiled for the week:
5 big EU countries blast Big Tech over approach to corona apps
Two Years Under The EU GDPR:
“Two years after the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) went into effect, official data show that Data Protection Authorities, crippled by a lack of resources, tight budgets, and administrative hurdles, have not yet been able to enforce the GDPR adequately. Worse, some public authorities have grossly misused the GDPR to undermine other fundamental rights such as the right to free expression and freedom of the press.”
Mapped: The State of Facial Recognition Around the World
Germany – Facebook privacy case referred to European Court:
See more of what Joe found last week on his blog, MassPrivateI.