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European Authorities Scrutinize Data Flows to U.S.

https://www.wsj.com/articles/european-authorities-scrutinize-data-flows-to-u-s-11620120600?utm_source=sendgrid&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Newsletters Regulators and courts are asking for proof of how companies protect data that leaves the EU By Catherine StuppMay 4, 2021 5:30 am ET | WSJ PRO European privacy regulators and courts are looking into how companies transfer personal information to the U.S. and have ordered suspensions of some data flows. Portugal’s data protection authority last week […]

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It’s 2021. Why is Redlining Still Happening?

By  Jenna Leventoff  April 26, 2021 Broadband Access, Digital Divide, Digital Redlininghttps://www.publicknowledge.org/blog/its-2021-why-is-redlining-still-happening/?utm_campaign=Newsletters&utm_source=sendgrid&utm_medium=email A lot of people who live in low-income or marginalized communities — including urban, rural and Tribal communities — can tell you that they have super slow broadband (if they even have it at all). Meanwhile, just a few blocks away, a hamlet over, or just outside the […]

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Children’s rights apply in the digital world!

Estimated reading time: 5 minutes62Shares Professor Sonia Livingstone explains the significance of the UN Committee on the Rights of the Child’s adoption of a General Comment on children’s rights in relation to the digital environment. To some, this is obvious: human rights apply online as offline, and children are people, ergo children’s rights apply in the digital world. […]