The ePrivacy Derogation was passed by the EU Parliament drawing a lot of attention; welcomed by some, boohooed by others.
Online privacy activists are challenging websites that don’t offer a simple “yes or no” choice on allowing “cookies,” trying to encourage users to agree to their activity being tracked.
EU lawmakers are close to reaching a compromise on a controversial regulation aimed at combating child sexual abuse online
Belgian Constitutional Court annulled the framework set forth by the Law of 29 May 2016 requiring telecommunications providers to retain electronic communications data in bulk.
Google’s Android advertising tool is the target of a complaint in France by privacy activist Max Schrems, accusing the tech giant of violating European Union rules by failing to get users’ consent.
Vestager stressed that “it would become a very confusing situation if there was a General Data Protection Regulation and ePrivacy legislation without the two laws being aligned.
The US tech giant’s targeted advertising practices raise a lot of questions, the CNIL writes in a confidential note.
Google will not make FLoC-based cohorts available for testing in countries where GDPR and the ePrivacy Directive are in effect. At least for now.