A ground-breaking decision by a German Data Protection Authority recently ruled that matching customersí email addresses with their Facebook accounts requires their explicit consent. Thanks for the update @netzpolitik https://t.co/FtfRrWHWNF
19 Apr 2019
Facebook asked users to enter their email passwords when they signed up for new accounts to verify their identities.†Business Insider discovered: if you enter your email password, a message pops up saying it is "importing" your contacts without asking for permission first. https://t.co/i5vVn9v3TB
19 Apr 2019
What tools do you use for privacy management? Iapp (International Association of Privacy Professionals) @PrivacyPros is taking a quick survey together with @TrustArc to get more insight. https://t.co/zbeeAgLyTq
13 Apr 2019
Two third-party Facebook app developers had stored hundreds of millions of user records on Amazonís publicly accessible cloud computing servers. @PrivacyPros @SebydeBV https://t.co/G9XORzLk5F
09 Apr 2019
Found this great topic: GDPR:PowerPoint Presentation About the Records of Processing Activities https://t.co/07MrLkMv9U #webhalla #ICT-Tip Ook in het Nederlands beschikbaar: AvG:PowerPoint Presentatie over het Register van de Verwerkingsactiviteiten https://t.co/GvQiZrtNNG
31 Mar 2019
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