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Lexology PRO | Canada | 6 May 2022

Canadian facial recognition law could give regulators more authority

Canada’s privacy regulators have recommended the development of a legal framework that explicitly states the acceptable circumstances in which police can use facial recognition software.
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Lexology PRO | Denmark, European Union | 5 Apr 2022

Danish regulator imposes record GDPR fine

Denmark’s data protection authority has recommended a 10 million kroner (€1.3 million) fine for the country’s largest bank for failing to properly document that it had deleted the personal data of its customers in compliance with the GDPR, after the bank self-reported the breaches.
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Lexology PRO | European Union, Hungary | 31 Mar 2022

ECJ advocate-general weighs in on purpose limitation

An EU advocate-general has argued that personal data processing for the purpose of fixing a technical fault was justified under the GDPR, despite data subjects not being notified – but has said the information should not be stored for an excessive amount of time.
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Lexology PRO | European Union | 24 Mar 2022

EDPS says Europol enforcement “wasn’t a good decision”

The European Data Protection Supervisor has appeared to criticise his office’s recent enforcement action against Europol.
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Lexology PRO | European Union, France | 25 Feb 2022

French authority falls in line with ECJ position on general retention of metadata

France’s constitutional authority has issued a ruling against the mass retention of data, although new legislation on the issue is already ahead of the judgment.
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Schoenherr | Hungary | 18 Feb 2022

Challenges and responses to data processing during covid-19 pandemic

The outbreak of covid-19 has not only radically changed the way employees work in many sectors but has also posed major challenges to employers in the area of data protection in Hungary. This article summarises the key points that employers have had to consider in relation to data protection, based on the emerging practices of the data protection authority, when taking measures to combat the......
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Lexology PRO | Belgium, European Union | 27 Jan 2022

ECJ advocate-general opinion keeps PNR annulment hopes grounded

A European Court of Justice adviser has concluded that the transfer and processing of detailed information on aeroplane passengers is in accordance with the GDPR – so long as the data remains anonymised.
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Lexology PRO | United Kingdom | 30 Nov 2021

Clearview AI faces £17 million UK fine

The Information Commissioner’s Office has handed Clearview AI a £17 million (€20 million) provisional fine for falling short of a number of data protection obligations.
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Lexology PRO | European Union, France, Germany, etc. | 18 Nov 2021

ECJ urged to restate data retention rules – again

A European Court of Justice advocate-general has reiterated that member states’ bulk data interception could breach EU law.
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Lexology PRO | European Union, France | 4 Nov 2021

French watchdog fines Paris transport operator

France’s data regulator has ordered RATP to pay €400,000 despite the company’s efforts to resolve GDPR issues during the course of the investigation.
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