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New EFF Report Shows Cops Used Ring Cameras to Monitor Black Lives Matter Protests. San Francisco - The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) has obtained emails that show that the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) sent at least one request—and likely many more—for Amazon Ring camera video of last summer’s Black-led protests against police violence.
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Lorna Woods, Professor of Internet Law, University of Essex The recent CJEU judgment in VKI v Amazon concerns jurisdiction both in the context of conflict of laws (applicable consumer laws) and the Data Protection Directive.
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UK cold call capital named after more fines issued. 'Enwi prifddinas galwadau digroeso'r Deyrnas Unedig wedi cyhoeddi rhagor o ddirwyon' Swansea has been dubbed “the UK’s cold call capital” after two further companies in the city were fined by the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO).
Falcon and Pointer, which made millions of automated calls about PPI, and Direct Choice Home Improvements Ltd, which traumatised people with nuisance calls asking to speak to deceased relatives, were both based in Swansea. The Welsh city has been home to several troublesome nuisance call firms in recent years, with the ICO taking action against six companies there since 2013. This week Falcon and Pointer has been hit with a £175,000 fine after its PPI automated calls prompted more than 5,500 complaints to the ICO. Meanwhile Direct Choice Home Improvements Ltd, which sells products such as windows, doors and conservatories, has been fined £50,000.