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The UK has finalised its first post-Brexit data adequacy agreement, in a deal which the UK claims goes beyond that achieved by the EU.
23 November 2022
Korea's privacy regulator has issued a combined 100 billion won (€71.9 million) fine against Google and Meta for tracking users’ behaviour without their consent.
14 September 2022
The UK government has signed an adequacy agreement in principle with Korea, marking the country’s first deal guaranteeing frictionless data flows with another country since leaving the EU.
06 July 2022
The EU’s data protection authorities have greenlit the European Commission’s decision to approve data flows to Korea – but called on the commission to provide further clarity.
28 September 2021
GDR rounds up key news from the Asia-Pacific region that you might have missed over the holidays.
07 January 2021
Korea’s newly-formed data watchdog has fined Facebook and referred it for criminal prosecution over its alleged practice of sharing personal data without consent.
27 November 2020
As governments and people across the world seek an exit strategy to coronavirus lockdown, contact tracing apps have been touted as a powerful tool – but data privacy concerns have led to differing approaches by health authorities.
06 May 2020
Korea’s parliament has amended the country’s principle data protection laws, loosening protections on personal data processing and centralising regulatory oversight.
30 January 2020
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