German DPAs issued an opinion concerning websites that offer visitors options to access a free version which tracks user behavior or a paid version without monitoring.
Austrian data protection authority (DSB) made the ruling that readers be able to choose either 'yes' or 'no' to this type of cookie paywall.
Starting April 5th, Meta will use 'legitimate interests' as its legal basis for targeting EU users with tailored advertisements.
From skimming customers' Amazon Kindle to noting their preferred groceries on Prime, Amazon has perfected the craft of data tracking.
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Social media company Meta is to appeal after the Irish Data Protection Commission fined the company for breaching GDPR.
The French authority imposed a 60 million euro fine on Microsoft for failing to implement a mechanism to reject cookies as easily as accepting them.
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Crypto providers would be forbidden from touching the likes of monero or dash under proposed government amendments to anti-money laundering rules.
The Slovenian DPA confirmed that providing safety of property can be in a legitimate interest of the data controller, but but must be appropriate and necessary.