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A Swedish appeal court has ordered Google to pay 50 million kronor (€4.9 million) after finding it had illegally informed webmasters when it removed search results under the right to be forgotten.
01 December 2021
GDR rounds up recent major data breaches – featuring the Kaseya ransomware attack and companies such as LinkedIn, Alibaba and CVS.
05 July 2021
Sweden’s data regulator has imposed fines on several parties, following an investigation into recorded healthcare calls that were accessible on the internet.
10 June 2021
Google and the Swedish data protection authority have both sought to continue a battle over a multimillion-euro fine over alleged Google delisting and right to be forgotten failures, GDR has learned.
01 March 2021
Sweden’s data protection regulator has fined seven healthcare providers a total of approximately €6.8 million over access management issues.
03 December 2020
Google’s policy of informing website operators after delisting results breached the GDPR, a Swedish court has ruled.
23 November 2020
A Swedish court is set to issue a decision that will have significant implications for right to be forgotten enforcement.
20 November 2020
Sweden’s data protection authority has hit back at Google’s appeal against a €7 million fine for failure to comply with delisting requests – in a dispute which may prompt the European Court of Justice to rule on the functioning of the one-stop-shop.
12 June 2020
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
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
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