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France’s data watchdog has deemed Google to be compliant with a regulatory order to bring its cookie practices in line with French laws – but hinted that scrutiny of the company’s practices may not be over.
04 May 2021
The top administrative courts in France and Belgium have both ruled on domestic data retention regimes in the space of two days, but have diverged on their interpretation of a key European Court of Justice judgment.
22 April 2021
France’s data regulator will start enforcing its new cookies rules from tomorrow.
31 March 2021
France’s highest administrative court has dismissed a challenge to vaccine data processing that had argued the use of Amazon Web Services could lead to information being accessed by US intelligence agencies.
17 March 2021
An NGO has attacked the French data watchdog’s refusal to take urgent action against Uber’s international transfers to the US, and its decision to refer the case to the Dutch data protection authority.
02 March 2021
A French court has ordered Google to pay a telephone directory operator over €1.2 million in antitrust damages and reinstate the company to its Google Ads platform.
12 February 2021
UPDATED on 28 January with CNIL response: France’s data watchdog has revealed it has fined a popular website and its processor over a credential-stuffing attack that led to the loss of customer data – but has chosen not to name either party.
27 January 2021
January is traditionally the month in which law firms announce partner promotion rounds. All job markets – including the legal industry – look different this year, but there have still been plenty of moves and promotions.
15 January 2021
10 December 2020
Google and Amazon have been hit with big fines in France over cookies issues.
10 December 2020
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