The ePrivacy Derogation was passed by the EU Parliament drawing a lot of attention; welcomed by some, boohooed by others.
The Austrian Supreme Court referred fundamental questions about Facebook’s GDPR compliance to Court of Justice of European Union.
The OECD Committee on Digital Economy Policy (CDEP) held a special meeting on June 8 to consider a second update on the work of an informal drafting group on government access to personal data held by the private sector.
EDPB adopts urgent binding decision: Irish SA not to take final measures but to carry out statutory investigation
The EDPB adopted its first urgent binding decision pursuant to Art. 66(2) GDPR.
BEUC filed complaints with the European Commission and the European network of consumer authorities, saying WhatsApp was unfairly pressuring users.
A group of privacy-first tech companies have published an open letter today asking EU and US regulators to take action and ban surveillance-based advertising.
The European Parliament adopted the final version of the ePrivacy derogation enabling providers of electronic communication services to scan and report private online messages.
Europe’s tech chief Margrethe Vestager on Friday warned iPhone maker Apple against using privacy and security concerns to fend off competition on its App Store.
In January, a majority of EU politicians backed a legislative initiative to call for a bloc-wide directive on the issue.