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FRANCE FINES GOOGLE €50 MILLION FOR DATA PRIVACY BREACH

France's regulatory body dealing with data privacy has fined Google €50 million regarding advertisers’ access to users' personal data. France’s top data-privacy agency, known as the National Commission on Informatics and Liberty (CNIL) said that Google failed to fully disclose to users how their personal information is collected and what happens

Financial Inclusion and Emergence of FinTech

Technology transformation for existing financial organization will evolve with FinTech in Bangladesh. FinTech will play the key role in terms of technology transformation. FinTech can be characterized as the movement to bring trans-formative and disruptive innovation to financial services through the application of new and emerging technologies which address consumer

5G LAUNCH TO USHER IN DIGITAL REVOLUTION

The quality of telecom services will change thoroughly after 5G services are launched, said post, telecommunications and information and communication technology (ICT) minister Mustafa Jabbar. 5G will be a big advancement for Bangladesh as it will bring about a digital revolution, he said. The government will launch 5G services in line

BTRC PLANS TO CURB USE OF ILLEGAL HANDSETS THROUGH THIRD PARTIES

  The Bangladesh Telecommunication Regulatory Commission (BTRC) has decided to formulate a policy to curb the use of illegal handsets through third parties. According to the minutes of the 221st meeting of the commission, the commission has finalised a set of draft guidelines and sought the opinion of telecom operators and other

CAMBRIDGE ANALYTICA SCANDAL: THE THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW

Cambridge Analytica alongside social media giant Facebook were in the midst of a media firestorm in early 2018 after an undercover sting operation revealed that the London-based elections consultancy had harvested the personal data of millions of people's Facebook profiles without their consent and used it for political purposes. The scandal came to light in March

No VAT and SD on MNP Service

The government has removed the value added tax (VAT) and supplementary duty on the SIM replacement under the mobile number portability (MNP) service. Now a subscriber who changes the SIM number under MNP service will not need to pay any SIM tax. The Finance Ministry issued a gazette notification on January

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