Cybersecurity

Identifying "genuine" main establishment key, says Irish enforcer legal chief

The Irish Data Protection Commission’s head of legal has said that companies must be able to demonstrate that their main establishment in the EU plays a genuine decision-making role to benefit from the GDPR’s one-stop-shop concept.

12 September 2018

British Airways faces class action

British Airways is facing possible group litigation that could cost it hundreds of millions of pounds, after suffering a data breach last week that affected its customers’ financial details.

10 September 2018

Yahoo! asks court to dismiss data breach class certification

Yahoo! has urged a California court to deny plaintiffs’ motion to be treated as a class for a lawsuit over data breaches it suffered between 2013 and 2016.

05 September 2018

Investors sue data analysis company for misleading GDPR forecast

Investors are suing a data analytics company for making “false and misleading statements” that caused significant losses.

04 September 2018

Cryptocurrency investor sues AT&T for $224 million

17 August 2018

German data commissioner slams police surveillance bill

14 August 2018

EU report calls for information sharing to aid cyber insurance industry

10 August 2018

Human error and hacks most common source of data breaches, OAIC reports

09 August 2018

Brazilian prosecutors sue Banco Inter over data breach

03 August 2018

Brazil’s Pinheiro Neto opens in Silicon Valley

27 July 2018

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