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Sydney Morning Herald: Data retention and the end of Australians' digital privacy

29 Aug.: The digital privacy of Australians ends from Tuesday, October 13. Public censure can lead to the worst outcomes for businesses responsible for data privacy failings, says expert

25 Aug. - A public censure from a data protection authority can lead to the worst outcomes for businesses responsible for data privacy failings, an expert has said. German watchdog threatens legal challenge against EU-US Privacy Shield

23 Aug. - A data protection authority (DPA) in Germany is considering raising a legal challenge against the European Commission's endorsement of the Privacy Shield, a framework designed to facilitate the transfer of personal data between the EU and US, according to a report by The International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP).

Adunity: Legal Spat in Programmatic Ad Land: Time for Business Ethics in Programmatic Advertising

The recently announced suitand counter-suit between Criteo and Steelhouse are no exceptions, especially as each side alleges the other is undertaking systematic fraud on an industrial scale. ICO makes the case for alternative to consent as basis for data processing under 'cookies' rules - July 19, 2016: The UK's Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) has urged EU policy makers to look at allowing website operators and advertisers to place 'cookies' on internet users' devices without first having to obtain their consent. EU policy makers begin review of e-Privacy laws, including rules on cookies - April 15 2016: EU laws on privacy and electronic communications (e-Privacy) could apply to new communications services like WhatsApp and Skype in future, under plans being considered by the European Commission. Treating IP addresses as personal data is best approach for businesses - March 9, 2016: It would be prudent for companies to assume IP addresses are personal data.

iapp: Unravelling the mystery of blockchain – Should privacy professionals be concerned?

iapp - July 28, 2016: Blockchain is not a new concept and is derived from a 1979 patent on merkle trees.

Business Insider: The online advertising industry is about to be severely disrupted -- 'it's the amputation of a significant revenue stream'

Business Insider - December 16, 2015:The European Union announced late Tuesday that it has settled on tough new data protection laws.

The Conversation: How EU data protection law could interfere with targeted ads

The Conversation - June 23, 2015: The successor to the 20-year-old European data protection directive has inched closer to becoming law, having been approved by the Council of Ministers, which represents each of the 28 EU member states.

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