It had been facing a $59 million fine, but it will pay far less.
The Austrian Supreme Court referred fundamental questions about Facebook’s GDPR compliance to Court of Justice of European Union.
Internet company Ziggo does not have to hand over the details of people who ‘illegally downloaded’ a film, according to a Supreme Court ruling.
Privacy litigation that’s being brought against Facebook by two not-for-profits in the Netherlands can go ahead, an Amsterdam court has ruled. The case will be heard in October.
European internet service providers can hand over the personal details of customers who are accused of illegally downloading content, the EU’s top court ruled.
Tech company NaviStone has defeated two privacy lawsuits in Pennsylvania and California over its tracking technology, which enables online retailers to send mail to online visitors’ postal addresses.
The two organisations are claiming €1.5bn from TikTok’s parent company ByteDance, for illegally collecting and trading in the children’s private information.