2020-08-04T15:34:00+01:00By Jaclyn Jaeger
Twitter disclosed in a regulatory filing that it could face fines of up to $250 million by the Federal Trade Commission for misusing people’s personal information for advertising purposes.
2020-02-13T21:38:00+00:00By Aly McDevitt
Facebook wants to play Cupid in Europe, but the Irish Data Protection Commission got its arrow in the tech giant first.
2020-01-30T20:10:00+00:00By Kyle Brasseur
Facebook has reached a $550 million settlement in principle in connection with a class-action lawsuit it faced in Illinois over violations of a state biometric law.
2020-01-29T19:42:00+00:00By Kyle Brasseur
TikTok announced veteran attorney Erich Andersen will join the company as global general counsel. His appointment comes at a time when the Beijing-based social networking app is under heightened scrutiny from the U.S. government.
2019-12-27T17:13:00+00:00By Jaclyn Jaeger
From antitrust and privacy concerns in the tech world to compliance officer liability in the pharmaceutical industry to unethical practices in the banking and accounting professions, more than a dozen companies made Compliance Week’s list of the biggest compliance fails in 2019.
2019-11-19T21:38:00+00:00By Kyle Brasseur
With a new wave of privacy laws empowering consumers to police their own data, companies are facing increased risk in areas they might not have considered.
2019-11-18T22:11:00+00:00By Aly McDevitt
A new survey shows the use of personal devices and contemporary communication platforms are par for the course in work settings; yet 45 percent of firms feel they are incessantly behind the eight-ball when it comes to managing electronic message compliance.
2019-11-18T14:02:00+00:00Provided by Proofpoint
The blending of corporate culture with the proliferation of social media carries with it a heavy burden of risk.
2019-10-28T20:58:00+00:00By GRC Announcements
Proofpoint and Hootsuite announced a partnership to allow real-time compliance verification on Hootsuite’s social media platform.
2019-10-23T20:42:00+01:00By Lori Tripoli
Wide-ranging questions target Libra, discriminatory housing ads, lack of diversity at Facebook, and whether Facebook’s CEO actually read the hearing packet the committee sent to him.
2019-10-15T14:36:00+01:00By Kyle Brasseur
Visa, Mastercard, and a handful of other companies have followed in the footsteps of PayPal, abandoning the Facebook-led Libra Association amid harsh regulatory criticism surrounding the planned cryptocurrency offering.
2019-10-08T21:33:00+01:00By Lori Tripoli
PayPal leaving Facebook’s Libra project is just a bump in the road in the drive toward developing a global digital currency payments network, a Libra Association spokesperson says.