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The European Court of Justice has ruled that controllers are liable and can be fined for processors’ wrongdoing, a finding which could make the purchasing of all but the most generic software a more hazardous undertaking for companies.
06 December 2023
The ECJ’s latest anti-data retention judgment has sided with a Lithuanian public prosecutor whose dismissal hinged on retained communications data.
07 September 2023
The Lithuanian data protection authority is investigating fintech giant Revolut after a data breach exposed the data of 50,000 customers.
21 September 2022
The highest court in the European Union has ruled that the Lithuanian government’s publication of details relating to the private interests of directors that have received public funding was not proportionate under the GDPR.
01 August 2022
Lithuanian authorities are working on legislative proposals to allow financial institutions to share financial data with each other in order to better combat financial crime.
06 December 2021
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
Lithuania’s data authority has suspended the country’s covid-19 contact tracing app for failing to comply with the GDPR.
28 May 2020
Lithuania’s data protection authority is investigating a Taiwanese communications hardware company over allegations that its routers sent data to Russia – two years after the company faced a US federal investigation over its data security practices.
12 June 2019
Lithuania's data protection authority has fined a payments processing company for breaching three provisions of the GDPR.
16 May 2019
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