Austrian lawyer and privacy activist Max Schrems is setting up a non-profit organisation to help citizens take on the tech giants in the courts. Schrems, whose complaint against Facebook's practices...
Regulator okays the use of anonymised phone tracking data to help tackle the spread of COVID-19
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Brave describes Google's privacy policies as 'hopelessly vague and unspecific'
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