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What We’ve Been Reading And Writing This Month

Facebook Privacy – Sky News Interview
Plus – ePrivacy is a priority in 2019
And – new product features!
Facebook Privacy – Sky News
Our Data and Privacy Director, John Tsopanis was invited to discuss the parliamentary report on Facebook’s fake news scandal live on the Sky News, Sunrise programme.
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ePrivacy is a 2019 Priority
Sweeping GDPR Fines from German Regulator mean online tracking regulations will tighten in 2019.
Plantatreeforprivacy: the impact of GDPR when privacy regulations change
New Feature: Enhanced Search
Search just got better! With our new Enhanced Search feature, users can now benefit from  simple search, phrase search, proximity search, fuzzy search, must/not include, and so much more.
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New Feature: Topic Extraction
Another new and exciting feature now available in our ever-growing data discovery platform. Users of this new feature will benefit from understanding the topics that summarise their data.
Democracy Disrupted: Data Privacy, Social Media and Election Interference
On March 5th, 2019 our Data & Privacy Director, John Tsopanis spoke at the Data Protection Forum event in London. His talk is presented here in article form.
Some users are said to be unaware that their data had been used for a facial-recognition project.
How the GDPR will disrupt Google and Facebook
Uber drivers in the U.K. are filing a lawsuit against the company over allegations the firm has continuously broken European data protection laws.
Due to time constraints during Exonar’s ‘Thriving in Generation Privacy: Capitalising on DSAR Data from the Field’ IAPP webinar, it was not possible to address all the questions asked, but you can find them all listed here.
Utterly unrelated (Maybe a bit): No privacy for parents!
Even for the likes of Professor Robert Kelly when he was being interviewed live on BBC News about South Korea. Watch it again here!

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