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The Weekly Grail

Sunday April 14 2019

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Adi Robertson of The Verge reports on a new bill following an algorithmic discrimination lawsuit against Facebook in A new bill would force companies to check their algorithms for bias


Jessica Davies of Digiday spoke to Giovanni Buttarelli, European data protection supervisor, to hear whether media and advertising businesses have done enough to comply with the GDPR in Giovanni Buttarelli on state of GDPR adoption: ‘Even ticking a box does not necessarily mean consent is freely given’


A recent IBM study reports overall cybersecurity and privacy awareness and preparedness for companies in IBM Study: More Than Half of Organizations with Cybersecurity Incident Response Plans Fail to Test Them IBM Study: More Than Half of Organizations with Cybersecurity Incident Response Plans Fail to Test Them


Francesco Guarascio and Foo Yun Chee report on an ongoing investigation into how software deals line up with GDPR compliance in EU data supervisor probes EU bodies' software deals with Microsoft


Alex Hern of The Guardian details how one company illegally shared 34.4m records with 39 companies and paid for it in Parenting club Bounty fined £400,000 for selling users' data


Charlie Warzel and Stuart A. Thompson of The New York Times share the history on tech companies’ stance on privacy over the past 20 years in Tech Companies Say They Care