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The PSD2 problem: New payment tech regulations present challenge for retailers

Last month, new regulation came into force aims to better align payment regulation with new technology, with extra security requirements and protections. New research shows the disparity between consumers and retailers over the new PSD2 regulations.


21/10/2019  |  Full story...

UK consumers 'more likely to ditch Facebook services than Huawei products'

Nearly a third of Brits (32%) are considering ditching Facebook over privacy concerns, compared to just 11% have similar issues with Huawei, according to new research.


18/10/2019  |  Full story...

Only a fifth UK public read online T&Cs (despite data use concerns)

Over two-fifths of the UK public remains unconvinced that technology developments are being governed well enough, particularly when it comes to the use of personal data.


15/10/2019  |  Full story...

GDPR update: Pre-ticked cookie consent forms banned

A new European court ruling has banned pre-ticked cookie consent forms under GDPR rules.


04/10/2019  |  Full story...

How green is your grocer? UK supermarkets fail to meet shoppers’ sustainability expectations

Consumers are still worried that British supermarkets’ are not doing enough to go green, particularly around food and packaging waste, according to new research.


03/10/2019  |  Full story...

Zuckerberg fears Warren presidency an ‘existential’ threat to Facebook- report

A leaked audio recording of Mark Zuckerberg reveals that the Facebook founder and CEO fears US presidential candidate Sen. Elizabeth Warren is an “existential” threat to his company.


02/10/2019  |  Full story...

Google makes 3,000 deepfake videos (to fight deepfakes)

Google has released a huge database of deepfake videos, created using paid actors, designed to help systems detect fake videos that could be used to spread disinformation..


27/09/2019  |  Full story...

Airship boosts localised marketing with new EU Cloud Site

Customer engagement company Airship is debuting its new EU cloud site and expanding its integration marketing clouds and data, making it easier for marketers to localise messages to international audiences.


25/09/2019  |  Full story...

Right to be forgotten: Google wins court battle to keep it EU-only

Google will not have to adhere to a 'right to be forgotten' law outside Europe, according to a new ruling in court this week.


24/09/2019  |  Full story...

Facebook to launch oversight board to judge controversial content

Facebook has revealed a board of 40 people who will come up with the rules to govern controversial content on the social network, with powers to overrule even CEO and founder Mark Zuckerberg himself.


18/09/2019  |  Full story...

Facebook and Instagram awarded JICWEBS Brand Safety Certification

Digital ad standards industry body JICWEBS has awarded Facebook, Facebook Audience Network and Instagram the DTSG Brand Safety Certification following an independent audit of their advertising processes against JICWEBS’ DTSG Good Practice Principles.


17/09/2019  |  Full story...

Hitachi launches hand gesture biometrics technology for computer security

Hitachi has announced a first-of-its-kind biometric technology that allows users to unlock their computer by simply raising their hand.


11/09/2019  |  Full story...

Trade body IAA launches new marketing committee

The UK Chapter of the International Advertising Association (IAA) has created a new marketing committee with leading industry executives, to raise awareness of key initiatives.


06/09/2019  |  Full story...

Facebook halts facial recognition by default to tag photos

Facebook will stop using facial recognition technology to automatically tag people in photos unless the user has opted in.


04/09/2019  |  Full story...

Become the star of your own ad: Chinese Deepfake app ZAO goes viral

Deepfake app Zao has risen to the top of Chinese app sales charts less than a week after going live, sparking privacy concerns in the process.


03/09/2019  |  Full story...

Twitter founder account hacked with racist tweets posted

Twitter founder Jack Dorsey has had his own Twitter account hacked, sending our a bombardment of racist and offensive messages.


02/09/2019  |  Full story...

School and technology: Young Brits want social media lessons and smartphone limits

Ahead of the new academic year next week, young Brits are calling for tighter rules and awareness around the use of smartphones and social media in schools, according to new research.


30/08/2019  |  Full story...

Is GDPR changing data buying? Brands ditching third party data adoption

Are data privacy regulations and the demand for transparency effecting how brands buy data? New research suggests there has been a huge 1,200% increase in second-party data adoption.


30/08/2019  |  Full story...

Huawei told it can't use Google apps on new phones

Huawei’s next generation of smartphones will not be able to use Google apps and services under the current US trade ban, Google has said.


29/08/2019  |  Full story...

Fake news confusion: ‘Inconsistent approach hampers fight against disinformation’

There are significant variations in the approaches taken by governments across the world to dealing with disinformation, often referred to as ‘fake news’ in popular verbatim, according to a new report.


29/08/2019  |  Full story...

Brands experiencing 'unintended consequences of GDPR and Brexit'

Brands are experiencing unintended consequences of regulation such as GDPR and Brexit, including impacts on the way they approach domain management and security, according to new research.

Brands experiencing 'unintended consequences of GDPR and Brexit'

16/08/2019  |  Full story...

Huge bank of people's biometric data found open on the internet

More than one million fingerprints and a host of usernames and passwords have been exposed on an unsecured database hosted by a security platform that lists the Metropolitan Police among its clients.

Huge bank of people's biometric data found open on the internet

15/08/2019  |  Full story...

Paid for or natural? Amazon quizzed by US Senators over 'Choice' label

Two US senators have asked Amazon Chief Executive Jeff Bezos how the “Amazon’s Choice” badge on certain products is determined and whether the mark deceives consumers into purchasing “products of inferior quality.”

Paid for or natural? Amazon quizzed by US Senators over 'Choice' label
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14/08/2019  |  Full story...

King's Cross developers defend using facial recognition cameras

Developers in King's Cross have defended using facial recognition cameras across its 67-acre central London site, saying there are "sophisticated systems in place to protect" the public's privacy.

King's Cross developers defend using facial recognition cameras

13/08/2019  |  Full story...

Instagram bans ad partner for 'secretly tracking user data and locations' - report

Instagram has banned marketing company Hyp3r as an ad partner after allegedly scraping public data about users' locations which would normally have been deleted within 24 hours, according to a news report.


12/08/2019  |  Full story...

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