Commenting on the EU-UK Interim Data Transfer Agreement, John Whittingdale, Minister for Media and Data, told Parliament
The Advocate General of the CJEU says that national DPAs can, even in cross-border cases, bring proceedings before a national judge
On 24 December, European Commission President and UK Prime Minister announced that the EU and UK sides had reached consensus on a Free Trade Agreement.
The CNIL has imposed a €60 million fine on Google LLC, €40 million on Google Ireland Ltd, and €35 million on Amazon.
The ICO is currently seeking views on the role of data ethics in complying with the GDPR
Head of Data Adequacy (EU/EEA) at the Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport says that 42 adequacy decisions have been rolled over
But the processing of metadata would still be allowed during natural or man-made disasters, or to monitor epidemics.
The Garante issue Vodafone a fine of €12,250,000 for conducting telemarketing activities without individuals’ consent
The European Commission published for consultation its long awaited revised draft SCCs. On 16 July, the CJEU ruled that the EU-US Privacy Shield is invalid