EU rights groups urge EDPB to reject Meta's "consent or pay" tactic, threatening GDPR and privacy.
KSV1870, a creditors' association, is accused of profiting from the right of access to personal data under the GDPR by misleading individuals, especially foreigners, into purchasing a high-priced "InfoPass" instead of obtaining a free copy of their data.
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.
Digital rights group NOYB accuses Ryanair of violating customers’ data protection rights by using facial recognition for identity verification.
NOYB is seeking High Court intervention to urge Ireland’s Data Protection Commission to thoroughly investigate its complaints about Meta’s data handling practices.
NOYB has launched a series of complaints against Germany's major political parties for violating EU data protection rules during the 2021 election campaign.