Specifically, the issue was whether or to what extent Art. 15 GDPR grants a right to receive copies of e-mails.
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).
Bavarian DPA Declares Use E-mail Marketing Service Prohibited without Assessment and Supplementary Measures
Bavarian DPA declared the use of Mailchimp in Bavaria impermissible due to non-compliance with Schrems II mitigation steps in relation to the transfer of e-mail addresses to Mailchimp in the U.S.
A German court that’s considering Facebook’s appeal against a pioneering pro-privacy order by the country’s competition authority to stop combining user data without consent has said it will refer questions to Europe’s top court.
There has been a big bang in the data protection world in Berlin as the first and most spectacular GDPR fine in Germany has just been declared invalid.
On January 12, 2021, the German Ministry for the Economy and Energy released a new draft Law on Data Protection and the Protection of Privacy in Telecommunications and Telemedia (TTDSG).
European privacy regulators are scrutinizing how employers collect workers’ personal data and dishing out multimillion-dollar fines for violations.
A German-led police sting has taken down the “world’s largest” darknet marketplace.