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LinkedIn to limit targeted ads in EU after complaint over sensitive data use | TechCrunch

LinkedIn has confirmed it will no longer allow advertisers to target users based on data gleaned from their participation in LinkedIn Groups. The move comes...

Greece rocked by voter privacy scandal ahead of EU election

Dozens of recipients of Asimakopoulou’s email said they had never had prior communication with her and didn’t consent to receiving her emails. Failing to...

Danish PM calls for 15+ age limit for social media in EU

Danish Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen wants the European Union to impose an age limit of 15 years old to use social media, in an...

EU Parliament staff in uproar over breach of ID cards, personal records

POLITICO spoke to three assistants that fell victim to the breach. Several said that they were dismayed by the lack of communication and subsequent...

Chinese fashion app Temu could face strict new EU content rules

Online platforms with over 45 million users in the EU must carry out detailed external audits and risk assessments about their platforms and measures...

4 ways the EU’s Digital Markets Act is changing your tech

Stricter privacy rules on targeted ads Tech firms now need to ask users' consent to share data fed into one service with another they operate....

Road testing Big Tech regulation in Europe | Brookings

Today, March 6, 2024, the European Union’s (EU) Digital Markets Act (DMA) hits a major milestone as digital platforms defined as “gatekeepers”...

EU countries strike deal on landmark AI rulebook

Austria, France and Germany were lured back into the fold with promises that the Commission would make formal declarations reassuring them on their pet...

Apple plots fees, restrictions in Europe on downloads outside App Store: report

Apple is reportedly preparing to impose new fees and restrictions on software downloads outside of its App Store — in what could be a...

EU set to allow draconian use of facial recognition tech, say lawmakers

In early December, the EU agreed on a pioneering artificial intelligence rulebook — the world's first — to slap wide-ranging binding rules on the use...

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