Recent ruling by the CJEU has given the region's data protection authorities a much greater ability to pursue cases against Big Tech companies that are not headquartered in their territory.
A series of moves by the Chinese government to assert dominance over the country's native tech giants has seemingly culminated with a new data security law that can put them out of business.
noyb is bringing GDPR complaints against a number of companies that use "cookie banners" to collect consent for identification and tracking measures when websites are visited.
European Commission has approved a new version of the Standard Contractual Clauses (SCCs) for data transfer agreements in line with the Schrems II decision.
The $425 million GDPR fine has been proposed by Luxembourg’s data protection commission, which has submitted a draft decision to the data protection authorities of the other EU member states.
TikTok has struggled with an ongoing string of issues involving child privacy. A new one has emerged as a parents group in the Netherlands has filed a $1.7 billion suit against it in Amsterdam.
The investigation is scrutinizing major cloud services that are widely used by EU agencies, such as Amazon AWS and Microsoft Azure, to determine if they are GDPR-compliant.
Big Tech may be facing a special “data tax” in the state of New York which would apply to any company collecting and selling personal data, with the proceeds earmarked for digital literacy.
Facebook has now exhausted its options for legal challenges as the Irish DPC has ended its stay on the EU-US data transfer ban. The company may be ordered to stop transfers as early as this summer.