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ECJ decision on Spain likely to have implications for all EU Member States and revision of the EU DP Directive

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30/11/2011 by:

According to a 24th November decision by the European Court of Justice (ECJ), Spain’s data protection secondary regulations are not in compliance with the EU Data Protection Directive. The case, which was brought by ASNEF (National Association of...

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Spain: Supreme Court declares part of secondary legislation void

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20/02/2012 by:

Spain's Supreme Court, which had submitted a question for a preliminary ruling to the European Court of Justice (ECJ) on the criteria for the processing of personal data without consent, has now declared void Article 10.2.b of the Spain's data...

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Spanish DPA leads EU fining league table but signs of DPA policy changing after a European Court decision

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07/11/2012 by:

Spain’s national Data Protection Authority, the Agencia Española de Protección de Datos (AEPD), announced on 25th September that it imposed fines of 19,597,906 Euros in 2011. In the most recent years for which data is available, Spain’s fines...

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