Privacy Update 27th September 2019

In the news this week:

Ecuadorian legislators have fast-tracked the country’s first data protection law following a data breach that affected almost the entire population.


CJEU – Google does not have to make the “right to be forgotten” available worldwide.

European Commission and U.S. Department of Justice officials begin formal negotiations on an EU-U.S. agreement to facilitate access to electronic evidence in criminal investigations.


Google seeks permission to listen to users’ audio.

IAPP-EY Annual Governance Report 2019.

Vimeo collected detailed facial scans without consent, lawsuit alleges.

The iOS 13 Privacy and Security Features You Should Know.

DoorDash – a popular food delivery service – hack exposes millions of customers’ personal data – how sensitive is your food order history?


Millions of Lion Air Passenger Records Exposed and Exchanged on Forums.


Nigeria is investigating Swedish call blocking app Truecaller for privacy breaches.


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