Since the beginning of lockdown measures in late March, digital services have been the only recourse for consumers needing to prove their identity in order to access services, whether that... more
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Marriott International has sadly had to admit that it has suffered a second data breach following the earlier admission in 2018. According to an incident notification published on their website, the company spotted... more
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A love affair between consumers and their mobile phones is leading to explosive growth in new digital payments across Europe. More and more consumers are shopping across borders online and... more
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According to DLA Piper‘s latest GDPR Data Breach Survey, data protection regulators have imposed €114 million (approximately $126 million or £97 million) in fines under the GDPR regime for a wide range of... more
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A new academic study by GroundAI into online consent management platforms has concluded many of them are ignoring the EU’s GDPR rules. The study was conducted by a consortium of... more
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