EU data transfer mechanisms are in a state of flux, and the additional complications of Brexit can leave organizations wondering how best to navigate this current area of uncertainty.
UK’s ICO is taking its investigation into adtech back up. The central focus is on RTB systems, one of the cornerstones of the targeted advertising industry.
A new report from DLA Piper shows that GDPR fines are being handed out more frequently, with a jump of 39% in 2020 but there remains a strong disparity in the willingness of individual regulators to issue them.
EDPB guidance on cross-border data transfers post Schrems II ruling highlights a number of things that have changed that organizations will need to keep in mind when thinking about how to comply.
Hybrid cloud platform brings a new level of complexity, which comes with its own set of challenges. How can we best utilize a cloud approach while staying ahead of challenges such as data residency compliance?
Big Tech companies are feeling more pressure in Europe with the proposal of two new antitrust policies. Together the "Digital Markets Act" and "Digital Services Act" would limit use of personal and business data.
Facebook has come up with a clever workaround that takes advantage of Brexit; it's simply going to move local users to California to evade EU privacy rules.
Twitter will pay a GDPR fine of €450,000 (about $546,000) in the first EU cross-border enforcement action brought against a tech giant.