New GDPR complaint filed against Amazon alleged that the company’s email security failed to encrypt emails sent between the platform's third-party sellers and their customers.
GDPR complaint points out that Fitbit forces EU users to accept international data transfers as a requirement to use the service, something that may not meet regulatory standards for free and informed consent.
Already under investigation by the data protection authorities (DPAs) of several EU nations, OpenAI is now facing scrutiny in Poland in response to an August GDPR complaint.
noyb notes that the ultimate outcome of this GDPR complaint could set a precedent that makes online privacy very expensive. If Meta's ad-free model is ultimately legitimized, it is likely that all other apps supported by targeted advertising will adopt the same scheme.
noyb's GDPR complaint asserts Meta’s privacy fee makes it impossible for existing service users to withdraw consent without paying. That in turn flies in the face of a GDPR stipulation (found in Article 7).