A new privacy law is being voted on next month in California. It might change the way internet privacy is dealt with in all of the US, maybe even around the world. Plus: Do Not Track is back. Maybe, this time around, it will actually work.
A discussion on what's going on with privacy laws in the US and in post-Brexit Britain and a look at Amazon's latest push to spy on our living rooms.
The European Court of Justice has declared that the current measures for the exchange of private data between the EU and the US do not satisfy the data protection rights of EU citizens and are therefore illegal.
Google is moving the data of its UK users over to US servers, evidently to remove it from the jurisdiction of the EU's data protection laws. Is this actually the case? And what does that mean, in concrete terms, for Google users in the UK? Does the GDPR still apply?