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Has Twitter violated the GDPR?
Five months following the launch of the GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation), Twitter becomes the target for the first time. The social network has refused to tell a researcher how its data was used. Google and Facebook have led the way and are already investigated by European regulators. All regarding mishaps in the GDPR. […]
Amazon’s Rekognition feels the heat
In the United States, a civil rights organization is trying to put an end to the use of Rekognition by authorities (including Police). Rekognition is Amazon’s facial recognition tool. Besides violating civil rights, the app is feared to be dysfunctional. Indeed, Rekognition has identified 28 members of Congress as criminals… The American Civil […]