The State Commissioner for Data Protection and Freedom of Information for Rhineland-Palatinate coordinates a detailed GDPR-compliance questionnaire for OpenAI's AI language model, ChatGPT.
LinkedIn has been prohibited by the Berlin Regional Court from ignoring "do-not-track" signals and from activating default settings that make profiles visible on other platforms.
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.
French MEP Philippe Latombe’s lawsuits against the new EU-US data transfer agreement have received support in Germany, where the agreement faces criticism.
Whilst Member States have discretion over whether they adopt specified rules, such rules must prioritize protecting employees' fundamental rights to privacy.
ECJ released a ruling that clarifies the relationship between the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and national civil procedural regulations.
After seven years the Federal Constitutional Court of Germany put a definitive end to the debate on data retention – ruling it incompatible with EU law.