The New Zealand Privacy Commissioner has filed a submission in the United States Supreme Court in a case concerning the execution of a US search warrant to access information held in servers outside the United States. [...]
Source: Office of The Privacy Commissioner, New Zealand – New on the Website
A taskforce, led by the Dutch Data Protection Authority (DPA) and composed at this stage of representatives from the Belgian, German, French, Italian, Dutch and Spanish DPAs as well as from the ICO, will coordinate the national investigations of the various DPAs on the Uber data breach case. [...]
Source: Dutch Data Protection Authority
Dont be creepy! Dont record activities that would otherwise be private. Dont point a security camera directly at a neighbours property, doors or windows. [...]
Source: Office of The Privacy Commissioner, New Zealand – New on the Website
Privacy law reform is urgently needed to prevent New Zealand falling further behind international standards, says Privacy Commissioner John Edwards in his Briefing to the Incoming Minister of Justice released today. [...]
Source: Office of The Privacy Commissioner, New Zealand – New on the Website
The unlimited publication of WHOIS-data of domain name registrants by Dutch registries is a violation of current Dutch privacy law. The Dutch Data Protection Authority (DPA) has published a letter it sent to a Dutch administrator of the domain name extensions .amsterdam and .frl. WHOIS-data are data such as name, [...]
Source: Dutch Data Protection Authority
Microsoft breaches the Dutch data protection law by processing personal data of people that use the Windows 10 operating system on their computers. This is the conclusion of the Dutch Data Protection Authority (DPA) after its investigation of Windows 10 Home and Pro. Microsoft does not clearly inform users about [...]
Source: Dutch Data Protection Authority
Facebook Group violates Dutch data protection law. That is the conclusion of the Dutch Data Protection Authority (Autoriteit Persoonsgegevens; hereinafter: DPA) after its investigation into the processing of personal data of 9.6 million Facebook users in the Netherlands. The company breaches Dutch data protection law including by giving users insufficient [...]
Source: Dutch Data Protection Authority
We'velaunched a new way to answer your privacy questions -AskUscanhelp you find out what you want to know about your privacy rights and obligations. [...]
Source: Office of the Privacy Commisioner, New Zealand – Media Releases & Statements
Source: Hong Kong Office of the Privacy Commissioner for Personal Data
Source: Hong Kong Office of the Privacy Commissioner for Personal Data