After the popular gay dating app Grindr was fined by the Norwegian data protection authority for misusing user data, all eyes are on other authorities to take steps to protect their citizens against intrusive dating apps.
Google and digital advertising firms are the targets of fresh privacy complaints filed in six EU countries in December over the way they sell ads to potential advertisers through a bidding process. See key media reports about our latest campaign.
Organisations from 6 countries have today lodged complaints with their data protection authorities about the behavioural advertising industry’s harmful practices of broadcasting people’s personal data on the internet.
Liberties is leading a second outreach on the GDPR violations adtech industry is committing. Based on new evidence, Liberties members and partners are urging national data protection authorities to stop rights violations.
As you may have already realized, there are numerous discussions taking place about the ethics of artificial intelligence - in governmental forums, in the industry, in academia and in the media.
First, use your grey matter to correctly answer these quiz questions. Second, act accordingly in 2020 to secure your privacy.
At Liberties we realize that some of our readers have concerns with our #YourDataYourBusiness campaign that many other people may share. So we decided to run an “advocacy officer replies” article series. Read the responses of our advocacy officer. Part 2.
Do you want online advertisers to know all about your sexual preferences? Take our quiz to learn how you can do something to stop them finding out!
Data is king and this is especially true for online advertisers. Are you aware of the vast amounts of data we give away for free to advertising technology companies in return for invading our privacy? Try our quiz to find out!
At Liberties we realize that some of our readers have concerns with our #YourDataYourBusiness campaign that many other people may share. So we decided to run an “advocacy officer replies” article series. Read responses from our advocacy officer. Part 1.