The European Commission launched an initiative to further specify procedural aspects relating to the enforcement of the GDPR.
European Parliament’s Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs issued a Draft Motion for a Resolution demanding that the European Commission not grant adequacy to the newly proposed EU-U.S. Data Privacy Framework.
Following the actions of ICCL, the EU Commission is launching routine assessments of all “large-scale” GDPR cases across Europe.
Chinese-owned app TikTok faces increasing backlash from European politicians and regulators.
The destiny of Meta's data transfer to the U.S. may depend on a critical Article 65 dispute resolution procedure within the European Union.
Presidents of the Commission, the European Parliament and the Council signed the European Declaration on Digital Rights and Principles.
Commission starts process to adopt adequacy decision for safe data flows with the US.
Transparency in the online advertising market, dark patterns and ‘cookie fatigue’ are all topics on which the Commission might regulate in the next mandate.
The EU has fallen for the myth that it’s possible to keep us safer by weakening the very thing that protects us.
Fight against Child Sexual Abuse Materials and the impact it may have on end-to-end encryption.