Judgment by the EU top court clarifies the right of individuals to access their personal data undergoing processing.
Sweden's law requiring foreigners to demonstrate a year-long stay for a personal identification number has been challenged by multiple EU citizens.
The 45th Global Privacy Assembly Annual Meeting emphasized the importance of balancing public privacy protection measures and the potential of technology in showcasing cultural heritage.
Belgian authorities investigate allegations that thousands of fines have been unlawfully issued to drivers for breaches of London’s ultra-low emissions zone, in potential violation of data rules post-Brexit.
Amnesty International report reveals EU’s inefficiency in regulating spyware sector, with companies like Intellexa exploiting loopholes.
Irish DPA has initiated an investigation into the Central Bank for a possible data breach due to retention of borrowers’ data beyond the legal limit.
Google has committed to give its users more control over their data processing - a result of a proceeding by the Bundeskartellamt under new competition law.