This article looks at pseudonymisation under GDPR and cases when pseudonomysed data can be treated as anonymous data. Authors argue that the definition of pseudonymisation in Article 4(5) GDPR will not expand the category of personal data, and that there is no intention that it should do so. There may also be circumstances in which data which have undergone pseudonymisation within one organisation could be anonymous for a third party.
Dutch consumer group filing class-action suit against Google for privacy violations
The Dutch consumer rights groups are fighting Google to cease their collection and sale of users' data without their express consent.