A federal privacy draft bill could arrive in early 2019
A Senate subcommittee discussed a potential US version of GDPR this week.
An early test of the GDPR: taking on data brokers
Credit agencies and ad-tech companies also accused of personal data misuse.
Senator Wyden wants to jail execs who don't protect consumer data
The proposed bill would send senior executives at negligent companies to jail for 10 to 20 years.
Who controls your data?
We requested our personal information from dozens of companies. Here’s what they gave us -- and what they didn’t.
Mark Zuckerberg will testify at a joint Senate hearing on April 10th
The Senate hearing is in addition to the already confirmed House hearing.
Facebook wanted users’ medical data for a research project
The project has been put on hold.
Read Mark Zuckerberg's media Q&A on data security
The transcript was published as part of Facebook’s “Hard Questions” series.
UK publishes first draft of new, stricter data protection laws
The bill includes some exemptions from the latest EU regulations.
UK snooping laws could sever EU data ties come Brexit
Though the government hopes to keep the data-sharing status quo.