The Austrian data protection authority recently published a decision finding that the use of Google Analytics cookies violates both Chapter V of the GDPR, which establishes the rules on international data transfers, and the Schrems II judgment of the Court of Justice of the European Union.
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The CNIL recently published guidelines on the re-use of personal data by data processors for their own purposes (such as product improvement or development of new products and services) under the GDPR. We have outlined key takeaways from the Guidelines in this blog post.
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The Centre for Information Policy Leadership at Hunton Andrews Kurth recently published a white paper on “Bridging the DMA and the GDPR – Comments by the Centre for Information Policy Leadership on the Data Protection Implications of the Draft Digital Markets Act.” This blog entry provides highlights on the paper.
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On November 19, 2021, the European Data Protection Board published its draft Guidelines 05/2021 on the interplay between the application of Article 3 of the GDPR, which sets forth the GDPR’s territorial scope, and the GDPR’s provisions on international data transfers.
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On November 5, 2021, IAB Europe announced that, in the coming weeks, the Belgian Data Protection Authority plans to share with other data protection authorities a draft ruling on the IAB EU Transparency & Consent Framework.
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On November 10, 2021, the UK Supreme Court issued its long-awaited judgment in the Lloyd v Google case. The decision is expected to make it difficult in practice for a future class action lawsuit that is brought on behalf of a class of individuals who have not actively opted in to being represented by the lead claimant to proceed under UK law.
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