EDPB introduced a complaint template and updated recommendations on Binding Corporate Rules for Controllers to streamline cross-border data protection cases.
The CNIL is drafting a recommendation to clarify obligations of mobile application ecosystem players, open for public consultation until October 8th, 2023.
European civil society groups are rallying to protect the rights of complainants in cross-border data privacy violation cases, fearing these may be compromised in an upcoming EU legislative proposal.
Belgian citizens can now see who accessed their personal information via a government website, as part of efforts to boost transparency.
NOYB is seeking High Court intervention to urge Ireland’s Data Protection Commission to thoroughly investigate its complaints about Meta’s data handling practices.
he European Court of Human Rights recently ruled that Russia’s use of facial recognition against protesters was a violation of their privacy and freedom of expression rights.
The European Union’s antitrust authorities are considering a potential breakup of Google’s ad technology business, mirroring US actions, in a significant shift towards a more aggressive regulatory stance against large tech companies’ market dominance.
Fraud prevention firm TeleSign faces allegations for violating GDPR rules related to EU citizen’s data processing.
The European Commission’s proposal for a digital euro, intended to ensure the currency’s relevance in the digital age, has sparked concerns over privacy and its potential use for monitoring citizens’ transactional behavior.