Poland's data protection authority has fined the Lower Silesian Football Association, marking the regulator's second GDPR fine in two months.
The Facebook case brought by Germany’s Federal Cartel Office is a first step to break up market power in the digital economy, the head of the agency has said.
Lithuania's data protection authority has fined a payments processing company for breaching three provisions of the GDPR.
The European Commission has opened an investigation into industry association Insurance Ireland over concerns that the access conditions for its data-sharing portal may restrict competition in the motor insurance market.
Facebook has been hit with what is thought to be the Turkish data protection authority’s largest ever fine over a bug which let third parties view private photos.
A US federal grand jury has indicted Fujie Wang and an unknown individual over allegations they hacked health insurer Anthem, affecting 78 million people’s personal data.
The Brussels Court of Appeal has referred regulatory action relating to Facebook to the European Court of Justice, asking it to clarify which data protection authorities can take companies to court over cross-border data processing issues.
The chair and commissioners of the US Federal Trade Commission have told a House of Representatives committee that they do not support federal privacy legislation which would give their agency broad rule-making authority.
Gibraltar’s appeal court has ruled that the territory’s telecoms regulator was wrong to have found it lacked power to force a dominant telecoms provider to give a rival access to its data centre.
The UK’s tax office has deleted biometric data relating to 5 million individuals after the Information Commissioner's Office found it illegally collected voice recognition data.