Mega-fine related to last year's mega-breach
Record penalty follows first-class security screw-up
University hands itself over to the ICO
Firm faces mega-fine of up to £4.28bn
Group claims adtech firm is exploiting individuals' data.
Follows claims diagnostic data transfers could reveal personal information
That's quite a wrong turn
And a ridiculous competition
Watchdog has received complaints about firm's heavy-handed data collection
CNIL slams firm's lack of transparency around user data
I stream, you stream, we all stream for GDPR protections
Well, that's reassuring
Big G could see EU fine of up to $4.4bn if BECU proves it can CU
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The charity isn't happy with 'the mass exploitation' of individuals' data
It'll be just like the good/bad old days
Cook fears harvested personal data being 'weaponised'
Social network could be fined up to $1.63bn for mega-hack
Privacy researcher suspects t.co service tracks users across the web
Despite fact that 'less than 10 per cent' of affected users lived in Europe
'Technical issue' could see firm falling foul of GDPR
Amazon and AccuWeather follow the word of the GDPR, but not its spirit
Canadian firm could face a fine of £17m
Watchdog says firm's security measures were 'inadequate and infeffective'
Explanation of the rules seems to have given us something to moan about
But it might be too little, too late
438-page document lists endpoints that are available on a clean installation
Who gives a Zuck?
Seems like it could do with a holiday. Possibly with a different airline.
And we should be surprised, how?
Just when you thought it was safe to go back in the server
Firms are using 'dark patterns' to push users away from privacy-friendly settings
Ticket flogger identified 'malicious software on a customer support product'
There aren't enough palms in North London for this face plant
New App Store rules are GDPR compliant, reminding us that they weren't before
Phone flogger scores the first post-GDPR blunder
LIBE says agreement should be canned until the US complies in full
But firm hasn't yet explained why it blocked updates globally
Move also means some of the app's features are no longer functional
Blighty will be subject to EU rules, but have no way to influence them
And big fines could be levied against those that don't comply
But don't worry - it's being Saved For Later
Facebook is still collaborating where it can
Some are even part of a legal idiot loop
Firm wants congressman to develop a less onerous 'third way' for data privacy
But it remains to be seen how change will be enforced
Social network looks to limit its liability under GDPR