Morele.net faces a €870,000 GDPR fine after re-evaluation by UODO for data breach.
The renewed calls for action on Pegasus surveillance in Poland and Hungary came after Hungary's data protection authority, headed by an appointee of prime minister, said victims were legitimate targets.
The leader of Poland’s ruling conservative party has acknowledged that the country bought advanced spyware from the Israeli surveillance software maker NSO Group.
Apple faces an investigation in Poland over whether its new rules on privacy and personal data processing for iOS devices violate competition law
The President of the Personal Data Protection Office imposed a fine of PLN 20 000 in connection with the breach consisting in the processing of biometric data of children when using the school canteen. The school processed special categories of data (biometric data) of 680 children without a legal basis, whereas in fact it could […]
The President of the Personal Data Protection Office (“The President of the Office”) imposed first administrative fine of PLN 40,000 on a public entity for failure to comply with the GDPR. The reason for imposing the fine was that the mayor of the city did not conclude a personal data processing agreement with the entities […]
The President of the Personal Data Protection Office imposed a fine of an amount higher than PLN 2.8 million (ca. 645,000 euros) on Morele.net. The company’s organisational and technical measures for the protection of personal data were not appropriate to the risk posed by the processing of personal data, which means that data of about […]