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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
Three recent GDPR decisions across the EU – one in an appeal court and two by enforcers – show the continuing evolution of the law, the varying severity of fines levied and the pushback from companies against regulators. GDR rounds up the stories here.
03 March 2020
A Polish court has upheld the country’s first GDPR enforcement action – but has overturned the fine and ordered a recalculation.
16 December 2019
Poland’s data watchdog has fined the shopping site morele.net around €650,000 for a data breach it claims affected more than 2 million people.
19 September 2019
Poland's data protection authority has fined the Lower Silesian Football Association, marking the regulator's second GDPR fine in two months.
17 May 2019
Poland’s Personal Data Protection Office has fined data analytics company Bisnode for a GDPR infringement that it said affected more than 6 million people.
27 March 2019
Online advertising’s main trade body has hit back over a series of privacy complaints that accuse the industry’s advertising auctioning system of inherently causing a data breach that affects “virtually every user on the web”.
22 February 2019
Poland’s constitutional court has declared that a provision allowing IP rights holders to request information from third parties that hold or use goods that they believe infringe those rights to be unconstitutional.
18 February 2019
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