Google has been slapped with a fine of US$57M by French authorities –the first penalty for a U.S. tech giant under new European data privacy rules (GDPR) that took effect last year. The National Data Protection Commission said Google “lack[ed] transparency, inadequate information and lack[ed] valid consent” regarding ad personalisation for users. Google must be…

Glencore is taking the ATO to the High Court to stop it using stolen information In 2016 a German newspaper obtained over 13 million stolen papers which originated mostly from a hacked law firm – Appleby. The papers are known as the Paradise Papers. Understandingly the papers contained confidential information involving legal matters which should,…

Listen in to EAGLEGATE’s very first Podcast on Lawyers Weekly – Nicole talks all things cyber for lawyers and how lawyers can be proactive in cyber security in their own firms.