It now appears that Google may need to pay the €50m fine levied by the French data protection watchdog.
The airline may need to pay £18bn in compensation if the class action is successful.
As the second anniversary of the GDPR passes, Twitter and Facebook may soon see their first major decisions under the regulation.
Study reveals alarming number of non-GDPR-compliant homeworkers
The study from Brave claims that many national governments are failing the GDPR by not adequately resourcing their watchdog bodies.
The UK regulator has set out the approach it intends to take in response to the coronavirus pandemic.
Multimillion-pound penalties against Marriott and British Airways have been postponed for a second time by the UK Information Commissioner’s Office.
This EU makes it clear that personal data still needs to be safeguarded during the coronavirus crisis.
The government has published an overview of how its legal framework for personal data will enable the £120bn trade in data-enabled services to continue with the EU.
The Irish Data Protection Commission has revealed some glimpses into ongoing investigations involving some of the biggest names in the tech industry.
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