Belgian data protection authority clarifies the public interest legal basis in the context of decision on a vehicle tracking system
noyb filed a series of complaints against websites and data brokers that did not correctly address access requests using cookies as an authentication factor.
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.
German Federal Constitutional Court declared the use of Palantir surveillance software by police unconstitutional.
Data protection officers can maintain other tasks and duties within their role, if they do not result in a conflict of interest, the CJEU affirmed.
CJEU ruled that under GDPR an individual has the right to request the identity of each entity to whom the data controller has disclosed their personal data.
The Spanish Courts have ruled that telecommunications providers must abide by their customers' right to access their location data.
Residents of luxurious flats opposite the iconic Tate Modern's viewing gallery are entitled to their privacy, the Supreme Court has declared.
The Investigatory Powers Tribunal ruled that UK spies have unlawfully held onto individuals' intercepted data for five years.
Belgian Constitutional Court overturned a provision in the nation's data protection law that inhibited parties from challenging DPA's decisions.