President Biden has signed an executive order to restrict the mass sale of Americans' personal data to "countries of concern" such as Russia, North Korea, Cuba, Venezuela, China, and Iran.
DoorDash settled for selling personal information of California customers without notification or opt-out mechanisms, breaching CCPA and CalOPPA regulations.
The European Union has launched an official investigation into TikTok under the Digital Services Act (DSA) to assess its compliance with child protection measures and online content regulations.
Online service platforms introduced a "consent or pay" model, giving users the choice to consent to data collection for advertising or opt for a fee-based ad-free service. European data protection authorities are examining the implications and seeking guidance from the EDPB.
Uber has been fined €10 million by the Dutch Data Protection Authority (AP) for not fully disclosing their data retention policies and obstructing drivers' rights to access their own data.
CNIL found that Amazon's tracking system, which measures employee activities and performance, violated GDPR principles such as data minimization, lawful processing, notification and transparency obligations, and data security.