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Lexology PRO | European Union, Germany, Ireland | 10 May 2022

German antitrust regulator overstepped by invoking GDPR, Meta tells ECJ

A Meta lawyer has told the European Court of Justice that Germany’s antitrust regulator had no jurisdiction to issue a GDPR-based finding that the company abused its dominant position on the social media market by collecting and processing data without consent.
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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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Stevens & Bolton LLP | United Kingdom | 27 Apr 2022

Smart contracts - what are they and how do they fit in with traditional contracts?

You might be forgiven for thinking that contract law in the UK is neither modern nor smart: after all at times we still rely on legal principles…
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Lexology PRO | European Union, Global, United Kingdom | 22 Apr 2022

GDPR: how to manage consent deterioration

How businesses can identify and prevent data subject consent deterioration under both the UK and EU GDPRs, from record-keeping to privacy dashboards.
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Lexology PRO | United Kingdom, USA | 19 Apr 2022

Informed consent still needs to be solved for online tracking

Tech developers and privacy advocates have shared the ongoing struggles of companies trying to offer meaningful consent requests to consumers.
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Lexology PRO | USA | 12 Apr 2022

FTC eyes new privacy rules

US Federal Trade Commission chair Lina Khan has said her agency is considering expanding its rules and aiming complaints at the big and middlemen players in data collection.
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Lexology PRO | Denmark, European Union | 31 Mar 2022

Danish DPA gives nod to facial recognition system

Denmark’s data protection watchdog has given its approval to a company’s use of facial recognition technology – but not in the way that the business plans to deploy it.
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Lexology PRO | European Union, Germany | 30 Mar 2022

Facebook fan pages face German ban

Public bodies in Germany will be made to deactivate their Facebook fan pages after a report found that sites violated laws on cookies and the GDPR.
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Lexology PRO | European Union, Ireland | 15 Mar 2022

Meta fined €17 million by Irish regulator

Ireland’s data protection regulator has fined Meta €17 million for failing to adequately protect users’ personal data.
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Lexology PRO | European Union | 11 Mar 2022

Commission addresses adtech data issues in DMA

Leaked documents reveal that the European Commission is considering further refining the limits placed on gatekeepers’ use of data for targeted advertising.
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