A draft decision from Ireland’s Data Protection Commissioner endorsing Facebook’s legal basis for processing personal data has been met with criticism by a data protection activist who says the platform is trying to bypass EU privacy laws.
Ireland’s Data Protection Commission (DPC) has proposed fining Facebook up to 36 million euros in one of more than a dozen probes it has opened.
The Ireland’s DPA has commenced two own-volition inquiries in relation to TikTok Technology Limited’s (TikTok) compliance with requirements of the GDPR.
Italian data protection authority Garante opened investigation into smart glasses equipped with the “Facebook View”.
Record GDPR fine has implications for calculation of GDPR fines and regulatory expectations around transparency rules
The €225 million WhatsAapp fine represents a significant increase from the initial €30m-€50m proposed by the DPC.
Messaging app calls €225m fine for breaking data protection rules ‘entirely disproportionate’.
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.