Case in point: last July, the European Court of Justice (ECJ) ruled that the EU-US Privacy Shield, which was agreed to facilitate trans-Atlantic data flows, was not sufficient to ensure the protection of European data in the US. In a decision called "Schrems II", the ECJ invalidated the agreement, causing significant disruption to trade between the two continents. … [Read more...] about Your digital privacy is under attack. Can anything be done to protect it?
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The IDPC sent a preliminary order to Facebook last month directing the company to suspend data transfers to the US about EU users, The Wall Street Journal reported this week. The order is the first attempt by an EU regulator to enforce a surprise ruling in July by the EU’s Court of Justice, which invalidated Privacy Shield, a data-sharing protocol that allowed American companies to transfer personal information about EU citizens to the US for processing. … [Read more...] about Facebook appealing order by Ireland’s privacy regulator that could halt EU-US data transfers
"We expect some of these cornerstone brands to experience a shake-up in the coming months if these existing problems are not quickly addressed," Cama said. "Our report has shown that consumers expect more from the e-commerce experience and will only become more discerning in future. Online retail has transformed from a niche operation to a key consumer service, and standards must improve in line with these expectations." … [Read more...] about Singapore moots need to update rules on data access in e-commerce
Dual GPU optimization is another new feature available for Fusion 7 Pro but not the basic Fusion. “For MacBook Pros with a discrete GPU as well as an integrated GPU, Fusion 7 Pro lets users choose which GPU to use for 3D applications,” VMware said in a press release. “Selecting the integrated GPU will result in longer battery life while selecting the discrete GPU will offer the best performance for 3D applications in a virtual machine.” … [Read more...] about VMware Fusion for Mac now connects to virtual machines in data centers