Mine Secures $30 Million in Series B Funding
Mine's $30M B Round will enable the company to continue innovating and pushing the landscape of data privacy & governance forward
Italy's DPA to Probe Alleged TikTok Data Privacy Issues
Italy's DPA has announced it will thoroughly investigate whether user data on TikTok can be accessed by the Chinese government
Ireland DPC To Fine Microsoft $425 Mil
The Irish DPC is ready to issue another major fine, this time hitting Microsoft for noncompliant targeted advertising practices.
California Data Broker Bill Gaining Momentum
California is looking to regulate data brokers and give consumers more data rights with the newly proposed Delete Act
Meta Hit with Record $1.3 Billion Fine over GDPR Violations
The Irish Data Protection Commission announced the largest ever penalty for a GDPR violation today, issuing a $1.3 Billion fine to social media giant Meta over noncompliant data transfers and data handling.
Tennessee and Montana Pass Comprehensive Data Privacy Regulation
Two more states, Tennessee and Montana, have passed comprehensive data privacy laws this week. That brings the total up to 9 states in the U.S.
Brazilian Government Struggles to Stop Student Data Harvesting
State governments have been warned about online learning tools harvesting student data, but have yet to discontinue their use
India's DPDP to be Considered in Parliament in July
DPDP, the comprehensive data protection bill India has spent years trying to pass, will be tabled for Parliament in July to see if the regulation passes.
India Data Protection Bill Remains Stalled, Receives Suggested Amendments
India introduced a revised comprehensive data protection bill, the DPDP, in late 2022, but parliament has yet to agree on its terms, leaving it far from getting a vote on the floor of Parliament.