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A judge declines to dismiss Meta’s NSO Group lawsuit; six attorney general offices secure a settlement over Morgan Stanley 2016 data incidents; and big names join the new Data Protection Review Court.
17 November 2023
A judge has vacated an upcoming trial of a claim attacking the UK’s tax authority’s FATCA-related data processing after finding the claimant failed to disclose the identity of her funder.
16 November 2023
An NGO has filed a material and non-material damages class action attacking Meta’s targeted advertising and data transfers and seeking compensation for a 2021 breach.
07 November 2023
A claimant foundation has filed a class action against Amazon, having already signed up more than 13,000 individuals.
18 October 2023
The EU's General Court has refused to order an emergency suspension of the EU-US adequacy framework.
12 October 2023
China is looking to relax cross-border data transfer requirements through new provisions waiving security assessments for specified data exports.
02 October 2023
The Finnish and Norwegian privacy regulators will no longer ban taxi app Yango from transferring customer data to Russia – but the case is not yet closed.
27 September 2023
The potential consequences of implementing data localisation rules could outweigh governments’ good intentions, a UK Department for Science, Innovation and Technology official has warned.
25 September 2023
The UK has approved its own transatlantic data adequacy agreement hot on the heels of the newly established EU-US adequacy framework.
21 September 2023
Germany’s federal data protection authority has found that the transfer of data from the EU for US tax law purposes complies with the GDPR, contradicting a decisions by at least two other EU regulators.
06 September 2023
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