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Facebook confirms data-sharing relationships with Chinese companies

Facebook has confirmed the legitimacy of recent reports highlighting the company’s data-sharing relationships with several Chinese tech firms, some of which have since been restricted in the US on security grounds

Protection vs privacy: the problem with mobile device management

Concerns about data security skyrocketed following Facebook’s data breach scandal. Businesses must protect their data, but employee privacy shouldn’t be compromised in the process

Second WhatsApp co-founder leaves Facebook over privacy concerns

WhatsApp co-founder Jan Koum has stepped down from Facebook amid clashes between the companies’ executives regarding its privacy policy moving forward

How blockchain can breed trust in the recruitment industry

The Cambridge Analytica scandal emphasised the need to find new solutions for balancing freedom and privacy online. Fortunately, blockchain can provide the missing link for industries that share personal data on the web

Top 5 talking points from Mark Zuckerberg’s Congress grilling

Across two tense five-hour sessions in front of the US Congress, Mark Zuckerberg was questioned on Facebook’s business model, user privacy and liberal bias

Governments are making more Facebook data requests than ever

Facebook’s latest transparency report details the number of government requests for data across 129 countries – and the numbers are on the rise

As the GDPR deadline looms, regulators warn businesses to implement changes

With law firms issuing guidance on implementation of the new EU privacy laws, companies are being urged to plan ahead or risk being heavily fined

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Four tech writers we should be reading…

Just as digital innovations have proliferated, so too have those trying to make sense of them all. Tom Bailey introduces us to four writers anyone who wishes to understand technology should be reading

Retail industry uses in-store analytics to spy on shoppers

In-store analytics are beginning to gain traction in traditional retail, and could help manage the decline in bricks-and-mortar sales

WhatsApp CEO calls data privacy reports ‘careless’ and ‘inaccurate’

“Respect for your privacy is coded into our DNA”, wrote WhatsApp founder and CEO Jan Koum in a blog post that aimed to quash concerns that a partnership with Facebook will compromise data privacy

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