Facial Recognition: Greek DPA imposes a fine of 20 million Euros on Clearview AI

In July 2022, the Greek Data Protection Authority (DPA) imposed a mammoth fine of 20 million Euros on Clearview AI. According to the DPA Decision No 35/2022, this fine followed a complaint of the nonprofit organisation “Homo Digitalis”, regarding processing of biometric data. This is the highest fine ever imposed by the Greek DPA [...]

By |2022-09-30T11:10:41+01:0030th September, 2022|DPO, Governments, International|

US Children’s Privacy Law Updates

There is clear consensus among lawmakers and regulators of the need for increased regulation surrounding the processing of children’s data. Recent actions by the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and state lawmakers signal that companies processing children’s data should expect to see increased scrutiny.  The California Age-Appropriate Design Code Act  On September 15, 2022, Governor [...]

By |2022-09-30T10:55:55+01:0030th September, 2022|DPO, Governments, International|

Children’s Data Rights

In the wake of rising awareness for the importance of data protection and the concepts of the EU GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation), it is imperative not to forget the extra protection that should be and is required to be given to one of the most vulnerable groups in society: children. Article 1 of [...]

By |2022-09-30T09:40:01+01:0029th September, 2022|DPO, Governments, International|

Recent Federal Trade Commission (FTC) Litigation & Top 5 Preventative Measures

Privacy laws often differ in questions of enforcement. Many state laws, such as California’s Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) and California Privacy Protection Agency (CPRA) generally require that the attorney general bring action. Other privacy state laws might also provide for a so-called “private right of action”, which means that affected individuals are permitted to [...]

By |2022-09-30T11:26:02+01:0029th September, 2022|Governments, International|
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