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On Thursday, 7 February 2019, Germany’s competition watchdog Bundeskartellamt (German Federal Cartel Office, FCO) handed down its long-awaited decision on Facebook. It took the FCO nearly three years to conclude the ...
On Tuesday, 9 December 2019, the German Federal Data Protection Commissioner announced in a press release that he had imposed a fine of EUR 9.55 million on the telecommunications service provider 1&1 Telecom GmbH.
The decision (case C-210/16) deals mainly with the issue of “joint controllership” between Facebook and website operators using Facebook's 'Like' button on their website. The highest EU court decided that the operator ...
With the adtech sector currently resonating with the impact of Apple’s recent changes to user tracking within iOS 14.5, with reports surfacing of up to 90% opt-out rates, we will be hosting a webinar on Wednesday 26 May ...
Is Facebook abusing its dominant position in the market by collecting data on its own platforms and on third-party websites and combining it in a large data pool? The Federal Cartel Office (“FCO”) has decided that ...
Video identification and liveness checks in the financial sector
Welcome to the July - September edition of our UK & EU data protection bulletin.
The legislative process for the Second Act to Increase the Security of Information Technology Systems (Zweites Gesetz zur Erhöhung der Sicherheit informationstechnischer Systeme, “IT Security Act 2.0”) has now been ...