Google continues to send data from EU websites to the US – despite two Court of Justice rulings.
Disqus, a commenting plug-in that’s used by a number of news websites and which can share user data for ad targeting purposes, is in hot water in Norway for tracking users without their consent.
Specifically, the issue was whether or to what extent Art. 15 GDPR grants a right to receive copies of e-mails.
Both companies are changing how they allow others to collect and use data from their billions of online users.
Irish data protection authority acknowledged in Irish Parliament hearing it “handles” GDPR complaints by not deciding about them, in violation of EU law.
The Baden-Wuerttemberg Labour Court of Appeals has clarified the requirements for an entitlement to immaterial damages in cases of a violation of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
Health experts are urging EU policymakers and legislators to review the EU’s legal data protection framework, the GDPR, which is hampering the sharing of pseudonymised health data outside the EU and the European Economic Area (EEA).
‘Easy privacy information via icons? Yes, you can!’ The Italian DPA launches a contest calling for creative ideas from all quarters.