Parents are still looking for answers weeks after hackers stole the personal data of thousands of users from kids’ tech coding camp iD Tech, with some fearing that their children’s data was compromised in the data breach. iD Tech, which provides on-campus classes and online tech and coding courses for kids, has yet to acknowledge […]
Kids tech camp iD Tech still silent weeks after data breach by Zack Whittaker originally published on TechCrunch
Users will once again be able to selectively spend their UTXOs via the Wasabi Wallet interface.
In its latest piece of strategic litigation, the precision-punching European privacy rights campaign group noyb has used data donated by users of the ‘Who Targets me‘ browser extension, which analyzes political microtargeting on Facebook, to build a case against every political party in Germany — for what it alleges is unlawful processing of voters’ personal […]
Facebook political microtargeting at center of GDPR complaints in Germany by Natasha Lomas originally published on TechCrunch
More than 100 countries are looking into the possibilities of centralized digital currencies that offer efficient cross-border transactions and greater access to financial services.
Austria’s data protection authority has found that use of Meta’s tracking technologies violated EU data protection law as personal data was transferred to the US where the information was at risk from US government surveillance. The finding flows from a swathe of complaints filed by European privacy rights group noyb, back in August 2020, which […]
Use of Meta tracking tools found to breach EU rules on data transfers by Natasha Lomas originally published on TechCrunch