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District Court of Central Netherlands in Utrecht rendered a decision on 8 January 2021 concerning the “naming and shaming” scheme published on a Dutch website....
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The Italian Data Protection Authority (Garante) issued on 17 December 2020 a EUR 40,000 fine against an Italian software company (Miropass s.r.l.) for GDPR violations...
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The case law across Europe on the use of video surveillance is possibly richer than case law on any other data protection issue – but...
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The Federal Administrative Court of Austria confirmed by its decision of 26 November 2020 the stance of the Austrian Data Protection Authority (“Datenschutzbehörde“) that so-called...
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Following the decision on opening investigation into alleged illegal state aid to Montenegrin airline company Montenegro Airlines, which led to grounding of its airplanes and...
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The Minister of Capital Investment in the newly elected Government of Montenegro announced on 24 December 2020 that the Government will not grant any more...
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A court in Germany rendered a decision on 24 September 2020, re-affirming the position of supervisory authorities and courts in Europe that processing of data...
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On 9 November 2020 Belgian Data Protection Authority (“APD“) rendered a decision confirming that the employee’s consent can be a valid ground for processing under...
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On 27 October 2020, following a two-year investigation, the UK Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO), published its enforcement notice against credit reference agency Experian Limited (Experian)....
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