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Global annual cybercrime costs will grow from $3 trillion in 2015 to $6 trillion annually by 2021, according to fresh forecasting.

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In the wake of a scandal involving third-party companies leaking or selling precise, real-time location data on virtually all Americans who own a mobile phone, AT&T, Sprint and Verizon now say they are terminating location data sharing agreements with third parties.

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A full month has passed since the EU General Data Protection Regulation went into effect May 25, and the GDPR has already had a wide-ranging global impact, with multiple U.S.-based news sites, such as the Los Angeles Times, restricting access to EU users and complaints reportedly coming in regarding the practices of big tech companies.

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Ottawa has released its long-awaited update to its national cybersecurity strategy, promising to better protect Canadians from cybercrime, to respond to evolving threats, and defend critical government and private sector systems.

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The arrival of the digital age means that the way people understand and interact with data is changing rapidly. The GDPR can help to clarify individual rights in the digital age, as well as creating a “digital single market” within the EU

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HITECH Act was to encourage the adoption of electronic health and medical records by creating financial incentives for making the transition from paper to digital records. The HITECH Act also strengthened the HIPAA Privacy and Security Rules with respect to electronic health and medical records.

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