European Commission says that the EU will use its best endeavours to conclude the assessment of the UK regime by the end of 2020
As pubs and restaurants open in England tomorrow, they are under the obligation to keep a record of their customers
The California Consumer Privacy Act enforcement will begin today. Despite the effects of COVID-19, the California Attorney General has been determined
New Zealand’s Parliament has passed the Privacy Bill, which replaces the Privacy Act of 1993. The Act comes into effect on 1 December 2020.
Germany’s Federal Cartel Office had said that merging user data from different sources without explicit consent was an abuse of market power by Facebook
The European Commission says that that the handling of cross-border cases needs a more efficient and cohesive approach when using
EDPB declares that the UK-US agreement on access to personal data between both countries may hinder the UK’s aim for an adequacy decision from the EU.
Germany launched a decentralised version of a tracing app designed by SAP and Deutsche Telekom. France, Switzerland, South Korea, Israel and
On 18 June, the UK government switched from a centralised Covid-19 tracing app model to a decentralised model based on