Germany’s highest civil court, the Federal Court Of Justice, has published a decision specifying the scope of data subject access requests (DSARs).
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.
German government organisations have until the end of the year to close their Facebook pages after the data protection commissioner found the social network had failed to change its practices to comply with German and European privacy laws.
The European Union’s “GDPR” privacy law suffers from “massive flaws” and endless infighting, according to one of the bloc’s top regulators.
Several German Data Protection Authorities commence independent investigation of cross border transfers of personal data in violation of Schrems II.
Brussels says German court ruling contradicting ECJ sets ‘dangerous precedent’ for integrity of EU law.
France, Germany and other European countries demanded answers Monday following reports the US spied on its allies using Danish underwater cables, as questions mounted over whether Denmark knew about the operation.
Germany’s antitrust watchdog has launched a probe into whether Google Germany, Google Ireland and its parent company Alphabet are exploiting their market dominance in the way they handle data.
German parliament adopted a law regulating data protection and privacy in telecommunications and telemedia.