A French court ordered home furnishings giant Ikea to pay some 1.1 million euros ($1.3 million) in fines and damages over a campaign to spy on union representatives, employees and some unhappy customers in France.
Decision throws out previous ruling in favor of hiQ Labs that prevented Microsoft’s business networking platform to forbid the company from harvesting public info from user profiles.
Europe’s top court is set to rule on whether national regulators can reach across borders.
An Air India customer has sought Rs 15 lakh (about 20,000 USD) as damages from the airline over the recent data breach of nearly 4.5 million passengers, including him.
Brussels says German court ruling contradicting ECJ sets ‘dangerous precedent’ for integrity of EU law.
Google reportedly made it harder to find Android privacy settings and even pressured phone makers into hiding settings.
Judgement in immigration exemption case could cause chaos and threaten any adequacy determination for the UK
The Court of Appeal’s conclusion that the ‘Immigration Exemption’ in Schedule 2 to the DPA 2018 is not compliant with the GDPR creates two data protection headaches for Government.
Europe’s top human rights court ruled that British mass surveillance and intelligence-gathering practices breached human rights laws.
WhatsApp has filed a lawsuit in Delhi against the Indian government seeking to block regulations coming into force.