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Meta has been fined daily for Breaking European Data Privacy Rules in Norway

Norway’s data protection regulator told the court on Wednesday that Metaplatform violated Norwegian European data protection regulations in a lawsuit that could have widespread repercussions across Europe. Meta has been fined 1 million crown(CRW) per day since August 14 for violating user privacy by collecting user data and using it for targeted advertising. It is so-called behavioral advertising is…

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Thailand accuses Facebook doesn’t control tricking thousands of crypto scams

Thailand is not pleased that Facebook does not adequately monitor and eliminate the circulation of risky financial schemes on its platform. According to Thailand’s Ministry of Digital Economy, more than 2,00,000 Thai citizens have been scammed via Facebook, where scammers lure them in with a cryptocurrency system and high-interest auctions, among other scams. other. Authorities in the Asian country…

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Donald Trump’s Twitter account was issued for secret search warrant

The US special prosecutor investigating Donald Trump received a secret search warrant for the former president’s Twitter data in January, according to undisclosed filings. Jack Smith has requested “data and records” related to Mr Trump’s account, which may include unpublished messages. After initially resisting the order, Twitter eventually complied, but missed the court-ordered three-day deadline. The delay resulted in…

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Safety Law for Messaging App really need?

The Technology Secretary has defended a controversial part of the Online Safety Bill that requires messaging apps to access the content of private messages as required by regulator Ofcom. She said it was a sensible approach to protect children from abuse. But several tech companies, including WhatsApp and Signal, have threatened to leave the UK if they are forced…

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US Federal Reserve Says Banks Must Get Written No Objections to Stablecoin Trading 

The Fed is creating a new supervisory program to monitor the activities of the banks it oversees related to cryptocurrencies, blockchain technology. State banks that are members of the US Federal Reserve System should receive a prudent no objection from the Fed before issuing, holding, or trading in dollars used to facilitate payments, such as stablecoins, the central bank…

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CopyRight Law will be affected to New AI systems

Kelly McKernan said she was “disgusted” when she learned her artwork was being used to train an artificial intelligence system. Her curiosity drove her to enter her own name into her website, “Have I Been Trained.” On this her website, search for her LAION, a dataset that feeds artificial intelligence (AI) image generators such as Stable Diffusion. She found…

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$4.5B worth of Bitcoin laundry after Crypto heist

Heather Morgan and Ilya Lichtenstein were arrested last year in New York after police tracked down their assets in connection with a crypto theft. While evading the police, Morgan poses as a rapper and tech entrepreneur. As part of the plea agreement, Lichtenstein admitted he was behind the hack. Both husband and wife pleaded guilty to money laundering, but…

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Bill on the protection of personal data: Entities can face penalties of up to Rs. 250 Crore due to data protection errors 

Bill on the protection of personal data: Entities may face penalties of up to Rs. 250 Crore due to data protection errors Entities that abuse or fail to protect users of digital data can face penalties of up to Rs. 250 crore, under the Digital Personal Data Protection Bill 2023, which sets out obligations of data processing and processing…

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WeChat can also be ban in Australia which owned by China Company

Australian government has already banned social media video app TikTok from government devices. A senate committee investigating how foreign powers use social media to interfere in Australia has recommended a swathe of rules and restrictions for social media platforms, including potentially banning Chinese messaging service WeChat on government devices. Tuesday’s report contains 17 recommendations including new transparency rules enforceable…

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