Noyb says the latest batch of 226 complaints have been lodged with 18 data protection authorities (DPAs) around the bloc.
A former health adviser has been found guilty of accessing medical records of patients without a valid legal reason.
Twitter on Friday disclosed a security glitch that could have allowed people to unmask account holders who tweeted under pen names.
Home Office and MoJ plans will require migrants convicted of crimes to take photos up to five times a day.
French adtech giant Criteo has been found in breach of European Union data protection regulation and hit with a €60 million sanction.
The top EU court said data that indirectly reveals sexual orientation falls under GDPR, which could greatly impact how this data is shared.
Hungry for data, soccer club pilots The Connected Scarf.
DOA of Lower Saxony has imposed a fine of 1.1 million euros on Volkswagen for data protection violations while researching driver assistance system.
EU found evidence that smartphones used by some of its staff were compromised by an Israeli company’s spy software.
USA offers foreign states access to 1.1 billion biometric “encounters” in return for reciprocal database access
The US Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is touting ‘Enhanced Border Security Agreements’, offering access to its vast biometric databanks in exchange for other states reciprocating.