The top EU court said data that indirectly reveals sexual orientation falls under GDPR, which could greatly impact how this data is shared.
CJEU ruled that air passenger surveillance is legitimate but only if strictly necessary for the purposes of combating terrorist offences and serious crime.
General Court of the EU handed down a decision on how to prove that information that does not identify someone by name constitutes “personal data”.
The EU Court of Justice ruled that consumer groups can autonomously bring legal proceedings for alleged breaches of data protection rules.
If someone asks for links to be removed from Google because they are false, the company must look into the claim, said an adviser to the European Court of Justice.
The national court may not impose a temporal limitation on the effects of a declaration of invalidity of a national law that provides for such retention
An EU law on gathering airline passenger information conforms with the bloc’s rights and data protection laws, an adviser to Europe’s top court said.
Advocate General of the CJEU held that consumer protection associations may bring collective claims without a mandate for violations of the GDPR.
CJEU held that the display of advertising messages in an electronic inbox in a form similar to that of an actual email constitutes direct marketing, and therefore is subject to EU Member States’ rules on direct marketing.