Weekly Privacy Update 19th AugustAugust 19, 2020 |Weekly Privacy Update
This Weekly Privacy Update is all about the lack of privacy protection in major businesses and how it is affecting their success. These names include Microsoft, TikTok, Apple, Facebook and AVR (Automatic Visual-Facial Recognition) technology.
Here are the top 4 privacy headlines that you should know of.
Cookies used by Amazon, Spotify and Reddit targeted by £9bn privacy lawsuit
Privacy Activists have accused Oracle and Salesforce of harvesting private data without permission via cookies on many popular websites. Read more
iOS 14’s Gamechanger impacts Facebook
Now that iOS users will be asked before their data is collected the game for advertisers will change a great deal. The changes in the advertising are going to create a lack of targeting in the advertising and that can mean lesser revenue for Facebook and its partners. Read more
Microsoft-TikTok Acquisition Under Question
Trump placed a deadline on the acquisition, however, it seems like Microsoft is missing its deadlines to resolve the privacy concerns with TikTok meanwhile. Read more
AVR Technology Under Question
Civil Rights Campaigner took AVR technology and the police purview to the court. The court ruling concludes that there are supposed to be limitations on the way and extent that automatic facial recognition and profiling can be used. However, some of the aspects still hold their legal value under the law in this ruling. Read more
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