No. There's no right to private action under this law.
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BSD is a release of copyright restrictions: you can do what you like with it can keep the derivatives secret.
GPL is a restriction using copyright law: you can do what you like with it, but if used in a public product you must provide the full source + compile scripts to allow others to both re-compile the code and make further derivatives.
UK's Data Protection Act 2018 is binding domestically now, not GDPR, since the end of last year.
However, to process EU data, UK has to follow GDPR as does the US.
Of course UK will break GDPR, while loudly saying it isn't, similar to Ireland protecting FB. But at some point the EU will say 'enough' and data flow to UK from the countries subject to EU law will be illegal under GDPR.
See https://noyb.eu/en if interested in the Schrems litigation.
"Dowden said he planned to do away with endless cookie banners and only apply them when cookies pose a high risk to individuals' privacy.".
That's breaking the GDPR straightaway, no matter how many times the expression "light touch" is used.
In other breaking news, there's no "partly pregnant".
FDA must ensure that recipients of the vaccine under an EUA are informed ... that they have the option to accept or refuse the vaccine"
In USA, can't force an EUA vaccine, but can force the choice of daily testing or vaccination.
I don't think so.
U.S. Case Against Julian Assange Falls Apart, as Key Witness Says He Lied to Get Immunity
FBI Fabrication Against Assange Falls Apart
...and Craig Murray is no stranger to having your country be out to get you.
There won't be GDPR for long in UK, or at least England/Wales.
Rt Hon Sir Iain Duncan Smith MP in TIGRR: "The ... GDPR... unnecessarily restricting the use of data for worthwhile purposes. ... GDPR is already out of date and needs to be revised for AI and growth sectors if we want to enable innovation in the UK.
With what's going on with NHS data, "worthwhile purposes" is presumably defined as "any way to get money by selling citizen's privacy".
"The technology that enables fast charging also extends the life of the battery by avoiding stress ... because the way we are charging the battery does not put it under high temperature or high current stress," he said.
Really now? A battery is charged by pushing a current into it, and the higher the current, the faster the charge rate. So "high current" without "high current stress"? Also, the higher current, the higher the battery heating...
Ignoring the above, let's say we have a miracle safe fast charger... it won't be usable with existing packs because the charge balancers have a current rating to match the existing maximum charge current. Considering the design cycle for anything automotive, let alone safety critical systems such as battery packs that you'd prefer not to explode, this would have a long time to adoption.
PR pitch to get funding.
With this mesh, traffic through your router to your ISP now includes totally unknown encrypted traffic that you have no control over.
So actually LE suddenly lose the probable cause argument, and would have to inspect logs to determine what and where.
So... what Amazon may have to do is be able to turn off mesh activity for multiple node on police order, to isolate the traffic for a while as being just those households. Doesn't seem practical, and legally a fishing expedition.
It shows that it is necessary to be the first signatory, and keep a copy of that doc. If the further versions with more sigs has content changes, at the very least you can show that thare's a problem with the sig system and show that it's not secure to get past the 'no no no you must be mistaken' BS.
Considering that the root record is the NI number, it would be easy to have an opt out mechanism that didn't involve the GP, overloaded as they are. It's clearly making it difficult to do, and very difficult to validate.
Ditto organ donation. A person can register their wishes, but the next of kin can be bullied into reversion of that wish post-mortem.
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