French data protection authority fined health website doctiddimo.fr for failures in processing of health data and non-compliance with cookie requirements.
Italian DPA fined a marketing agency for use of 'dark patterns' on their website.
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.
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Noyb says the latest batch of 226 complaints have been lodged with 18 data protection authorities (DPAs) around the bloc.
The EU Commission is faces a lawsuit over allegations it is violating GDPR rules when transferring citizens' personal data from one of its websites to the US.
Researchers have found a way to use the web's basic functions to identify who visits a site—without the user detecting the hack.
The landmark web scraping case was bounced back to the Ninth Circuit by the U.S. Supreme Court.