A judge has dismissed the Facebook Cambridge Analytica lawsuit in Canada. Does Canada really have enforceable privacy laws at all?
The Canadian government is introducing new privacy legislation. It is known as the Consumer Privacy Protection Act, or Bill C-11.
The Facebook Cambridge Analytica scandal is continuing to reverberate. The Australian Information Commissioner is now suing the social media giant over it.
The Cambridge Analytica is continuing to have regulatory ripple effects. Facebook has now been fined $1.6 Million in Brazil.
The Canadian election got off to an interesting start with the Maclean’s debate. Digital issues did get a brief mention, but nothing more.
The Cambridge Analytica scandal is surprisingly still going on. The FTC has now fined Facebook $5 billion because of the data mining scandal.
US trade regulator, the FTC, could fine Facebook up to $5 billion for privacy violations. That’s according to newly surfacing reports.
Social media website Facebook could face a “record-setting” fine in the US for privacy violations. That’s according to the Washington Post.
There’s been a major security incident at Facebook. The company admits that they were hacked and 50 million accounts were affected.
It was at the centre of the Facebook privacy controversy. Now, Cambridge Analytica is closing its doors.