Italy data protection authority asks Facebook to clarify privacy implications of smart glasses

Italy’s administrative authority on personal data protection, Garante Privacy, on Friday asked its Irish counterpart, the Irish Data Protection Commission (Irish DPC), to solicit answers from Facebook to a series of questions on the privacy implications of its new smart glasses before the company markets them on the Italian market.

WTO establishes panel to hear Australia-China anti-dumping dispute

The World Trade Organization (WTO) Director-General Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala appointed a three-person panelMonday to address Australia and China’s dispute over Chinese barley subsidies. This is not the first anti-dumping dispute between Australia and China. Australia imposed remedial duties on Chinese wind towers, train wheels, and stainless steel sinks. China imposed similar duties on Australian wine. All… Read More »

Denmark immigration minister impeachment trial begins

Denmark’s sixth impeachment trial in history began on Thursday over former minister Inger Stojeberg’s aggressive immigration policies. During Stojeberg’s term as Minister for Immigration, Integration and Housing from 2015 to 2019, she imposed more than 100 new amendments limiting the rights of immigrants and asylum seekers. Her proposals included a plan that would send refugees… Read More »

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