Weekly News Recap – September 9-13

The Irish Data Protection Commission pleased with the Examinations Commission


The Yellow Hammer and Data Protection


Google accused of sidestepping GDPR

New evidences, presented to the Irish data regulator suggested that Google is using secret web pages that feed personal user data to advertisers in breach of GDPR….


The UK court rules facial recognition lawful

The facial recognition can be legally used by police forces in the UK, judges have ruled.

The High Court has ruled that the use of facial recognition by the South Wales Police was “consistent with the requirements of the Human Rights Act and the data protection legislation” in a landmark ruling…


Bulgaria’s tax agency fined $3 million over data breach

The Bulgarian tax agency, notorious for the biggest data breach ever in the history of Bulgaria have decided to appeal a fine of 5.1 million levs ($2.9 million) imposed by the state data-protection agency…


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