The Austrian Supreme Court referred fundamental questions about Facebook’s GDPR compliance to Court of Justice of European Union.
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.
Lithuanian DPA fined sports club 20.000€ for improper use of fingerprints for identification.
Commission opens an infringement procedure against Belgium on the independence of its Data Protection Authority
The Commission sent formal notice to Belgium for violating Article 52 of the GDPR, which states that the DPA shall be independent.
The manager of the enterprise had changed the password and logged on to the complainant’s e-mail account every day for a period of six weeks after the employment had ended. Norwegian DPA found that the enterprise lacks a legal basis for accessing e-mail in this manner.
France’s data protection authority, the Commission nationale de l’informatique et des libertés, launched a public debate over its draft recommendation relating to terms of retention and use of data logs.
The European Union’s “GDPR” privacy law suffers from “massive flaws” and endless infighting, according to one of the bloc’s top regulators.
A UK government taskforce chaired by Sir Iain Duncan Smith MP, has published a wish list of regulatory proposals it wants to see adopted by a post-Brexit administration.
Several German Data Protection Authorities commence independent investigation of cross border transfers of personal data in violation of Schrems II.