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Data protection
EDSA calls for real choice with consent

Give us your consent to process your data or pay now, is what the big online platforms are increasingly saying. But is such consent even

Data protection
EU Commission confirms data flow to eleven countries

The European Commission's recent confirmation of the continuation of data flows to eleven third countries and territories marks a significant milestone in international data protection. Why this

Data protection
Dealing with the abuse of data protection rights

In the world of data protection, data protection rights are a cornerstone for the protection of personal data. A case shows how data subjects deal effectively with the abuse of data protection rights

Data protection
Realignment in data protection

The judgments of the European Court of Justice (ECJ) in cases C-340/21 and C-456/22 provide important clarifications on the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). These decisions are decisive for the interpretation

Data protection
Schufa judgment on credit reports

EU court ruling on the recast of data storage and automated credit scoring: implications for credit institutions under the GDPR The European Court of Justice (ECJ) has ruled in a case concerning Schufa and

Data protection
The European Commission adopts new adequacy decision

Data protection: The European Commission adopts new adequacy decision for secure data transfers between the EU and the US The European Commission today adopted its adequacy decision for the EU-US data protection framework.

Data protection
New data protection law in Oregon

New privacy law in Oregon: What does it mean for businesses? On June 22, SB 619, the Oregon Consumer Privacy Act (OCPA), was passed by lawmakers in