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CJEU to shape requirements for GDPR damage claims

Germany - March 1 2021 Since the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) came into force in 2018, the particular requirements for GDPR damage claims under Article…

Philipp Roos

GDPR fine for not diligently checking and fixing security vulnerabilities

European Union, Poland - February 25 2021 On 17 December 2020, the Polish Personal Data Protection Office imposed a fine of PLN1m (around €250,000) on ID Finance Poland. The company was the…

Christoph Werkmeister

The top five European data protection trends for 2021

European Union, Germany, United Kingdom - February 17 2021 Developments in the world of data protection are unceasing. Let’s have a look at the top five European trends we see for the months ahead. Data…

Mark Egeler, Gernot Fritz, Giles Pratt, Michael Schwaab, Dr. Christoph Werkmeister

€1.2m fine in Germany for failure to implement appropriate TOMs

European Union, Germany - July 2 2020 On 25 June 2020, the German data protection authority (DPA) of Baden-Württemberg imposed a €1,240,000 fine (in German) on AOK Baden-Württemberg (AOK)…

Klaus Beucher, Dr. Christoph Werkmeister

France’s supreme administrative court partially annuls the CNIL’s cookie guidelines

France - June 25 2020 On 19 June 2020, the Conseil d’État (‘the Council of State’), France’s Supreme Administrative Court, issued a decision (in French) partially…

Jérôme Philippe, Dr. Christoph Werkmeister