US and Europe reveal how they'll protect your personal data
Replacement for Safe Harbor is expected to be put in place very shortly.
France tells Facebook to stop moving user data overseas
Privacy regulator feels that the social network should give users more control over their data.
EU rules that US companies can't freely pull data out of Europe
Europe says no to the "Safe Harbor" agreement that Google, Facebook and others have relied upon for years.
Europe wants to keep its citizens personal data out of the US
It's just an opinion for now, but it could force companies like Facebook to build more data centers across Europe.
Brazil passes an internet bill of rights enshrining net neutrality and privacy
While the world has been deciding who governs the internet, Brazil has been busy establishing inte...
Microsoft's Patriot Act admission has the EU up in arms
Last week, Microsoft quietly confirmed that cloud data stored on its European servers can still b...
Italy rules YouTube and other video sites are like TV stations, are liable for content
Strange policy changes are afoot in Italy, where the government's Communications Authority has...
Google executives found guilty of violating privacy of student bullied on video
Hold tight kids, internet privacy laws just got flipped upside down. An Italian judge found three G...