GoDaddy gave website “24 hours to move to a different provider.”
Messaging app calls €225m fine for breaking data protection rules ‘entirely disproportionate’.
Facebook, Google and Netflix are facing fines and actions for privacy violations, with Facebook assessed the second-largest amount in the country’s history for its treatment of facial recognition templates.
CNIL considered that the company had failed to comply with two fundamental obligations under the GDPR. It therefore imposed a fine of 1,750,000 euros.
The number of financial penalties for GDPR violations has increased by 113% over the past 12 months, according to the latest data from Finbold.
‘Unser Ö-Bonus Club GmbH,’ a Vienna-based company that operates a multi-partner loyalty program, got a fine of 2,000,000 EUR from the Austrian Data Protection Authority (Datenschutzbehörde) over multiple violations of the GDPR
FTC says Facebook privacy settlement doesn’t require blocking researchers.
Firm fined for for acquiring data on journalists, activists.