A top analyst and research firm says with data privacy controversies continuing to emerge, companies must "do more to reassure customers with clearer expectations about how their data is used".
Expectations that Facebook would be hit with anything remotely resembling meaningful fines over the Cambridge Analytica scandal have been dashed, with Britain's Information Commissioner’s Office levying a £500,000 penalty on the company.
A complaint made to the Office of the Australian Information Commissioner over Facebook's provision of Australian users' details to now defunct analytics firm Cambridge Analytica could mean a big payout if it succeeds.
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