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Governments need data about us despite privacy fears

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Next slide please. We soon caught on to the way it worked. Chris Whitty would give the word and up would pop a chart detailing the progress being made in the fight against Covid-19. There are memes and mugs to commemo...

The Guardian view on privacy law and press freedom: failing to strike a balance

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Prince Andrew’s decision to cut his losses and settle out of court with Virginia Giuffre grabbed all the headlines. But the most far-reaching legal activity this week may have taken place in London rather than New Yor...

How Meghan took personal risks in Mail on Sunday privacy victory

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The privacy victory over the Mail on Sunday has seemingly exacted a toll on the Duchess of Sussex, who in vigorously pursuing the case went far further than any other present-day royal in taking on the tabloid culture...

Privacy fears as schools use facial recognition to speed up lunch queue

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Privacy campaigners have raised concerns about the use of facial recognition technology on pupils queueing for lunch in school canteens in the UK. Nine schools in North Ayrshire began taking payments for school lunche...

Privacy fears as Moscow metro rolls out facial recognition pay system

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The Moscow metro has rolled out what authorities have lauded as the world’s first mass-scale facial recognition payment system, amid privacy concerns over the new technology. The cashless, cardless and phoneless syste...

Amazon asks Ring owners to respect privacy after court rules usage broke law

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Amazon has urged owners of its Ring security cameras and doorbells – which come with a camera and microphone – to respect neighbours’ privacy after a court ruled their use broke data laws. A neighbour complained about...

7-Eleven took photos of some Australian customers’ faces without consent, privacy commissioner rules

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Convenience store giant 7-Eleven has disabled facial recognition technology used in 700 of its Australian stores as customers filled out feedback surveys after the privacy commissioner found it interfered with their p...

‘Privacy is at stake’: what would you do if you controlled your own data?

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The trick of Refik Anadol’s Machine Hallucinations, a three-day public art installation at The Shed in New York City, is to transform the processing of data into surreal hypnosis. The immersive audiovisual exhibit tow...

UK to overhaul privacy rules in post-Brexit departure from GDPR

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Britain will attempt to move away from European data protection regulations as it overhauls its privacy rules after Brexit, the government has announced. The freedom to chart its own course could lead to an end to irr...

Apple overhauls Siri to address privacy concerns and improve performance

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Apple will no longer send Siri requests to its servers, the company has announced, in a move to substantially speed up the voice assistant’s operation and address privacy concerns. The new feature comes two years afte...

Privacy activists are winning fights with tech giants. Why does victory feel hollow?

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For privacy activists, 2021 brings one big victory after another. Primo, Alphabet, the parent company of Google, announced in March that it would stop tracking individual users as they roam from site to site. This dec...

Liberal MP Andrew Laming asks for privacy as he steps down from all parliamentary roles

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Federal Liberal MP Andrew Laming has said he will step down from all parliamentary roles and undergo counselling after he downplayed an apology for allegedly bullying two Brisbane constituents. Laming issued a stateme...