Google this week will argue in court that EU online privacy laws should not be enforced globally — a showdown that could have major ramifications for the so-called “right to be forgotten.” Note: Read OWI’s research, “Trust, Safety & Compliance: A Survivor’s Guide to GDPR-mageddon,” the definitive primer on......
Since it began requiring all of its employees to use physical security keys to access work accounts more than a year ago, Google has...Read More
EU’s $5B fine looks to wrestle away some of Google’s control of data economy, could present opportunities in identity space – One World Identity
Google’s dominant position in advertising and collection of personally identifiable information is at the heart of the European Union’s new $5 billion fine levied...Read More
Executives at tech giants Google and Apple have been sent a formal list of questions from members of the U.S. House of Representatives, seeking...Read More
AT&T acquires ad tech platform AppNexus, which advocates for a standardized identification system for digital ads – One World Identity
AT&T on Monday confirmed it will acquire AppNexus, which operates the world’s largest independent digital advertising marketplace, for an undisclosed sum — a move that...Read More