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A European Court of Justice advocate-general has said controllers are subject to a high standard of proof should they seek to avoid liability for data breaches.
28 April 2023
The European Court of Justice has said the systematic collection of biometric and genetic data of accused individuals is contrary to EU law that requires enhanced protection for sensitive personal data.
27 January 2023
A European Court of Justice advisor has held that while member state law can authorise police processing of biometric and genetic data for DNA profiling, it should be subject to clear and precise provisions.
01 July 2022
Bulgaria must change its interception framework following a European Court of Human Rights ruling.
12 January 2022
A coordinated effort by nine European civil liberties organisations to force governments to protect privacy while sharing data to tackle covid-19 may lead to litigation.
08 June 2020
The Bulgarian data protection authority has fined the country’s tax agency for a data breach that affected almost all of its working-age citizens, but the tax office has said it will appeal the decision and take legal action against the alleged hackers.
02 September 2019
Bulgaria's data protection authority has fined DSK Bank 1 million Bulgarian leva (€511,384) after a leak of customer data.
02 September 2019
Privacy campaigners have alleged breaches of the GDPR by real-time bidding practices for ads in nine EU countries.
05 June 2019
A Sofia court has overturned a decision by the Bulgarian data protection authority which retroactively applied the GDPR.
07 May 2019
The Bulgarian data protection authority has confirmed that journalism is mostly exempt from GDPR right to be forgotten rules.
03 April 2019
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