Specifically, the issue was whether or to what extent Art. 15 GDPR grants a right to receive copies of e-mails.
Legal action against Google over claims it secretly tracked millions of iPhone users’ would “open the floodgates” to mass data protection claims.
Belgian Constitutional Court annulled the framework set forth by the Law of 29 May 2016 requiring telecommunications providers to retain electronic communications data in bulk.
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).
Former children’s commissioner for England launches case against video-sharing app.
Facebook is to be sued in Europe over the major leak of user data that dates back to 2019 but which only came to light recently after information on more than 533 million accounts was found posted for free download on a hacker forum.
A judge has ruled that Google broke Australian law by misleading users about personal location data collected through Android mobile devices.
Ruling in Amsterdam overturns company’s decision to exclude operators for alleged sharing of account details.
Uber has been ordered to reinstate five British drivers who were struck off from its ride-hailing app by robot technology.
Google’s real-time bidding system violates users’ privacy by disseminating their personal data with “thousands” of outside companies, two web users allege in a new lawsuit against the company.