TikTok faces class action for 3rd-party keystroke capture

A TikTok class-action complaint in California accuses the social app of collecting mass data from iPhone users by capturing keystrokes when users visit outside websites via TikTok’s browser. Concern is that keyboard inputs, including for passwords and credit card information are accessible to TikTok. The company has lately been raising concerns of EU and US regulators for its data practices.

More News

Next Article

Tinder, Google and Subaru see US biometric suit class actions

December 6, 2022
CDPI Privacy Newsletter
Previous Article

IT’S THE LAW (12/06/2022)

December 6, 2022

Saudi Arabia’s data authority has published draft amendments to its Personal Data Protection Law (PDPL) for comments this month in preparation for changes to go into effect this spring. This includes major changes to make laws more business friendly. The Saudi Data and AI Authority (SDAIA) changes include allowing data transfers to jurisdictions that ensure appropriate privacy protection; allowing legitimate interest as a basis for processing non-sensitive data, including for location data; and a right to individual data portability.

CDPI Privacy Newsletter
Featured Article

Salesforce Offers Free Data Cloud to Sales and Service Cloud Customers

February 21, 2024

Salesforce is offering a free version of its CDP-esq Data Cloud to Sales and Service Cloud customers, with the apparent goal of increasing use of Marketing Cloud.  The Data Cloud offers Marketing Cloud users a unified view of data in Salesforce clouds and other systems via no-copy access to cloud databases and Mulesoft connectors.  The company also unveiled a small business edition of Marketing Cloud.

CDPI Newsletter