Google is facing a class-action lawsuit in the Netherlands, accusing the tech giant of violating European privacy laws by tracking and profiling consumers.
French lawmaker Philippe Latombe challenges the new transatlantic data deal before the EU’s General Court, sparking concerns of prolonged legal disputes.
Meta’s bid to overturn Norway’s ban on its non-consensual ad targeting was rejected by an Oslo District Court, marking a significant victory for data protection rights.
OpenAI is facing allegations of breaching various aspects of Europe’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
The High Court ruled in favor of the Data Protection Commission (DPC), allowing it to conduct its investigation into Google’s alleged data breach before resuming Dr Johnny Ryan’s complaint.
Fitbit, the Google-owned fitness tracking company, is facing complaints for alleged violation of the EU’s GDPR privacy rules, filed by privacy advocacy group Noyb in Austria, the Netherlands, and Italy.
The UK’s Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) is cracking down on website design practices that could potentially harm users.
Digital rights group NOYB accuses Ryanair of violating customers’ data protection rights by using facial recognition for identity verification.