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Can I claim damages for hurt feelings under GDPR? an Austrian court says 'yes'

Austria - November 6 2019 For the first time in the EU, a court has awarded a data subject compensation for immaterial (emotional) harm due to the unlawful processing of their...

Boris Klimpfinger.

Artificial Intelligence and the GDPR - Friends or foes?

European Union - June 10 2019 Data protection regulation in Europe has become tougher. Some fear that the GDPR will limit the potential of Artificial Intelligence in Europe. True:...

GDPR and ePrivacy Directive - How do they match?

European Union - March 26 2019 The EDPB has adopted an opinion on the interplay between the ePrivacy Directive and the GDPR. The opinion was issued upon a request of the Belgian...

First Supreme Court decision on GDPR: Austrian Supreme Court rules on "prohibition of consent bundling" in general terms and conditions

Australia, European Union - December 17 2018 Not even six months have passed since the GDPR became applicable and the first Supreme Court decision is already here. Wait: In many jurisdictions...

Decisions, decisions, decisions: The Austrian Data Protection Authority maintains a good pace in interpreting the GDPR

Australia, European Union - December 13 2018 It has been quite an active first six months for the Austrian Data Protection Authority ("DSB"). Fortunately, a number of decisions of the DSB have...