The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) also proposed limiting the internet giants’ ability to access users’ online histories to cross-sell products
Australia will make it illegal for non-health officials to access data collected on smartphone software to trace the spread of the coronavirus
The app, owned by Zoom Video Communications, is facing a backlash from users worried about the lack of end-to-end encryption of meeting sessions and “zoombombing”
Zoom’s popularity has surged as employees at businesses, schools and millions of other organizations across the world work from home due to lockdowns imposed to slow the spread of the coronavirus.
Europe is turning to technology to track the spread of the coronavirus, an approach that seeks to learn from Asia but is also putting the region’s privacy rules to the test.
The issue was fixed in mid-September, Twitter says.
London’s Court of Appeal gave the go-ahead for action against Google over claims it collected data from more than 4 million iPhone users