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Amazon hit with $887m fine by European privacy watchdog
Amazon was issued with a fine of 746 million euros ($887 million) by a European privacy watchdog for breaching the bloc’s data protection laws.
Refugees sue German government for invasion of privacy
A group of refugees has sued the German government for accessing personal data on their mobile phones, which they said constituted an unnecessary invasion of privacy, a lawyer for the group confirmed.
Facebook 'labels' posts by hand, posing privacy questions
Over the past year, a team of as many as 260 contract workers in Hyderabad, India, has ploughed through millions of Facebook Inc. photos, status updates and other content posted since 2014.
Privacy concerns arise as Facebook reveals Whatsapp, Instagram integration plans
Politicians and experts are highly concerned as the personal project of Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg to link messages between the services is expected to be completed by the end of 2019 or early 2020.
Wooden sleeping pods offer privacy, shelter to London's homeless
Sleeping pods for homeless people have been introduced by a charity in southeast London as figures revealed a record number of people sleeping rough in the capital.
Iran unveils online privacy bill in major move toward digital development
Iran has unveiled a bill which would be meant to protect the personal data of its citizens on the Internet in a move which is largely believed to help expedite the country’s digital development.
Leader urges respect for Iranians’ cyber privacy
Leader of Iran’s Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei called on administrative and judicial authorities to respect the people’s privacy in cyberspace amid debates about the need for replacing foreign mobile messaging applications with homegrown ones.
Facebook personal data use, privacy settings illegal: German court
A court in Germany has ruled that Facebook is violating the country's data protection laws with several privacy settings that require users to provide their personal data and real names.
Don’t reverse Internet privacy safeguards
California has a responsibility to get Internet policy right. The state’s ranking as the sixth largest economy understates its influence on the world’s innovation economy. One-third of global venture capital is invested in Silicon Valley, San Francisco, Los Angeles or San Diego.
Privacy of our brain under threat
The playwright John Milton wrote in 1634, “Thou canst not touch the freedom of my mind.”
President underlies protection of people's privacy
President Hassan Rouhani urged officials to adopt appropriate measures to protect privacy of mobile phone customers against unauthorized access, stressing the necessity of legal action against misuse of the issue.
Privacy advocates slam new UK surveillance law
Technology companies and privacy campaigners have blasted a newly proposed surveillance law in the UK that calls for bulk data collection of Internet users.

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