CRi explains cutting edge IT law developments at national and international level to serve as a source of inspiration and a valuable tool for IT-law practitioners. As a peer reviewed journal, CRi explains and analyses state-of-the-art approaches and solutions to global IT-law challenges in their international context. An international network of reputable correspondents supports CRi in finding top quality submissions by talented authors.





FTC & Uber: Compromise in the matter of Uber's data protection policy

August 15th, 2017 the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) announced an agreement with Uber Technologies Inc. concerning its data protection policy. In particular, Uber will implement a comprehensive privacy program. In a preceding complaint FTC alleged that the company did not fulfill its own privacy and data security requirements. Another allegation against Uber is concerning the development and usage of an IPhone-App-tracker (read more at Kennedy, Uber's IPhone Tagging Caper, CRi 4/2017, 111-113).
(Verlag Dr. Otto Schmidt vom 16.08.2017 14:39)



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