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.
More and more websites have added an option to say “no” to cookies and other tracking- as foreseen by the GDPR. Where did this trend come from?
Want to protect your privacy? A cookie paywall on a single site could cost you €75 a year.
Noyb says the latest batch of 226 complaints have been lodged with 18 data protection authorities (DPAs) around the bloc.
Experts say some hospitals’ use of an ad tracking tool may violate a federal law protecting health information.
A number of websites include keyloggers that covertly snag your keyboard inputs.
The landmark web scraping case was bounced back to the Ninth Circuit by the U.S. Supreme Court.
Government makes changes to the Online Safety Bill to tackle scams and fraud.