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Denmark’s data protection authority has sent questionnaires focused on security measures to 30 organisations in a bid to scale up and better target its investigations.
24 August 2021
The already-overwhelmed Irish data protection authority has added yet another controversial technology operator to the ranks of companies it regulates.
22 January 2021
Work continued apace across the continent over the past two weeks as data regulators issued fines, warnings and guidance – often focusing on coronavirus-linked data protection concerns.
22 June 2020
This latest roundup of activity by European data protection watchdogs shows that they remain busy enforcing and advising on a range of issues.
09 June 2020
European data regulators appear to be making good on their promise to continue their work, with a noticeable uptick in enforcers’ activity across the continent.
21 May 2020
GDR’s latest GDPR roundup features fines and investigations from authorities that are keeping themselves busy in spite of the coronavirus pandemic. GDR has reported on a global data enforcement slowdown – but there is still plenty to watch out for.
06 May 2020
GDR’s latest roundup of news from European enforcers looks at regulatory developments regarding the use of biometric data, steps towards GDPR certification, subjects’ access rights and international cooperation.
10 March 2020
A Danish outsourcer has fallen foul of the country’s data regulator after it failed to secure personal information it acquired as part of a merger.
02 March 2020
Denmark’s data protection authority has clarified rules on post-GDPR consent, following similar guidance from the Article 29 Working Party.
03 September 2019
The Danish data protection authority has criticised the University of Copenhagen for its failure to take responsibility for a data breach.
20 August 2019
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