Hungarian DPA issues fine €25,000 for cookie non-compliance
Austrian Data Protection Authority has declared that Facebook’s tracking pixel violates the GDPR and the latest CJEU decision on transatlantic data flows.
A coalition of human rights organisations is launching a petition at the Brussels Parliament to demand a ban on facial recognition technology in public spaces.
Authorities will assess whether DPOs maintain their essential position within organisations and have the necessary resources.
Belgian data protection authority clarifies the public interest legal basis in the context of decision on a vehicle tracking system
TikTok is on a mission to quell European authorities’ worries regarding Chinese surveillance by launching a counteroffensive.
UK government taks another shot at reforming its data protection laws to reduce the burden on businesses while staying aligned with the EUs standards.
noyb filed a series of complaints against websites and data brokers that did not correctly address access requests using cookies as an authentication factor.
EDPB and EDPS issued a joint opinion condemning the proposed EU legislation to combat the dissemination of Child Sexual Abuse Material (CSAM).
The Amsterdam district court has ruled that Facebook violated Dutch law by unlawfully processing the personal data of users based in the Netherlands for almost a decade.
EDPB has acknowledged the considerable improvements made in the proposed EU-U.S. Data Privacy Framework, but still much to be done.
Duncan McCann claimins that the YouTube has violated the “age-appropriate design code” in collecting data from young children.