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24 January 2020
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Author: François Manens, Cyberguerre / Numerama

« Tinder et Grindr font (encore) n’importe quoi avec vos données, et c’est dangereux », 16 janvier 2020...

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20 January 2020

China: Shanghai rolls out drug collection terminal with facial recognition technology to combat abuse by patients and pharmacists

Author: South China Morning Post (Hong Kong)

“Shanghai introduces facial recognition drug collection terminals to combat abuse by patients and pharmacists”, 17 January 2020...

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20 January 2020

Dating app Grindr shares personal data with ad tech services in violation of EU data protection law, complaint alleges

Author: Natasha Singer and Aaron Krolik, The New York Times

"Grindr and OkCupid Spread Personal Details, Study Says", 13 Jan 2020...

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20 January 2020

EU law forbids governments from forcing private companies to engage in surveillance, according to legal opinion from advocate general

Author: Mohamed Elmaazi, The Canary

"EU law forbids governments compelling private companies to engage in mass surveillance, says EU advocate general", 16 Jan 2020...

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13 January 2020
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« La reconnaissance faciale tente un passage en force », 10 janvier 2020...

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12 January 2020

China: Law professor takes safari park to court for endangering consumers' safety with collecting facial scan data

Author: Hong Kong Free Press

“China facial-recognition case puts Big Brother on trial”, 12 January 2020...

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9 January 2020

USA: Govt. lists social media app TikTok as security threat; files lawsuit alleging firm illegally stole & misused user data

Author: Michelle Mears, California Globe

"Class-Action Lawsuit Filed in California Against Multi-Billion Dollar TikTok" 7 Jan 2020...

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8 January 2020

UK: National Health Service & Amazon partnership raises privacy concerns

In July 2019, the UK government signed a deal with Amazon which would give the company access to health information acquired by the National Health Service with the intention of making verified health information more accessible to people at home and...

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7 January 2020
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Author: Simon Hurtz, Süddeutsche Zeitung

"Wie Google sein Gewissen verlor", 3. Januar 2020...

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7 January 2020

Former employee accuses Google of not taking human rights seriously; Google says it has "unwavering commitment" to human rights efforts

Author: NBC News

“Google pursued profits over free speech in China, former head of international relations says”, 3 January 2020...

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