An NGO has sued Spain’s government over its decision to withhold the source code for an algorithm used to determine eligibility for an electricity subsidy.
Sweden’s data protection authority has penalised a school that used facial recognition cameras to track its students’ attendance.
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King & Spalding counsel Kim Roberts says recent UK Financial Conduct Authority figures gave a glimpse into the types of data and cyber challenges that the UK’s financial services sector currently faces
Though the UK Information Commissioner’s Office is yet to publish its reasoning behind the record intended fines it revealed last week, they suggest the regulator is anticipating Brexit and cementing its position as “one of the most respected data protection regulators in the world.”
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