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UK data protection watchdog takes action against organizations failing to comply with GDPR personal data access requests This article is sponsored by:

Subject Access Requests (SAR) are a core component of GDPR and require that an organization must provide individuals with information held on them when asked to do so.

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UK regulator to probe market power of Amazon, Microsoft and Google - could lead to action This article is sponsored by:

Ofcom, the UK’s communications regulator, is examining the position of the hyperscale cloud providers to ‘ensure markets are working well for people and business’

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Beware the Carbon Cowboys! Salesforce Chief Impact Officer Suzanne DiBianca on helping customers with carbon credit strategies This article is sponsored by: Dreamforce-20-Years-Logo © Salesforce

Salesforce is committed to helping customers get carbon credit programs up and running as part of their sustainability drives.

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European Commission lays out plans for EU-wide Cyber Resilience Act to secure connected products This article is sponsored by:

Products that contain a digital component will be subject to stricter cyber security requirements in the EU. The Act will likely have global implications.

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EU court upholds record antitrust fine against Google for search engine dominance This article is sponsored by:

The European General Court upheld the European Commission’s decision to fine Google, despite the internet giant having changed its policies and conducting an appeal

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NHS progresses its data sharing plans with secure data environment guidelines This article is sponsored by:

England’s National Health Service (NHS) has long had grand ambitions for data use and sharing, but in the past has failed to win over the public with its plans. It hopes secure data environments will change that.

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Using technology to help preserve Ukraine’s cultural heritage during the war This article is sponsored by:

Cultural heritage is closely bound up with cultural identity, which is why work is going on in Ukraine to try to save it. Here are two organisations that are digitizing important buildings so they can be restored and reconstructed after the war.

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UK data regulator considers privacy enhancing technologies to help ‘unlock lawful data sharing’ This article is sponsored by:

The Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) has published guidance on how privacy enhancing technologies could help put data protection by design approaches into practice.

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US bi-partisan data protection push meets resistance from Nancy Pelosi as Sephora becomes the first big scalp under Californian law This article is sponsored by:

The American Data Privacy and Protection Act has had a lot of bi-partisan support, but Speaker Pelosi is raising concerns about it over-writing California's own rules.

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European Commission outlines vision for a more assertive EU that leads in tech and trade This article is sponsored by:

The European Commissioner for Internal Markets says that Europe needs to look after its own interests in a world of rapidly changing geopolitics.

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US lawmakers seek information from Meta about sharing personal data with law enforcement in wake of Roe v Wade decision This article is sponsored by:

Democratic leaders on the Energy and Commerce Committee have written to Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg about concerns relating to personal data being released to law enforcement as US states ban abortion.

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