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Online retailers and payment service providers (PSPs) in the EU could have to ensure that the processing of consumer transactions adheres to stiff new internet payment security guidelines from 1 August next year. 22 Oct 2014
Data generated by devices in the 'internet of things' (IoT) age should be "regarded and treated as personal data", data protection authorities (DPAs) from across the globe have agreed. 21 Oct 2014
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UPDATED: The UK government's plans to introduce a 15% levy on remote gaming and betting on a 'point of consumption' basis later this year has been challenged at the High Court in London. 20 Oct 2014
EU countries have been urged to increase investment in technology systems and foster greater innovation to “make the most” of Europe’s digital single market. 15 Oct 2014
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