Meta has been hit by a €1.2 billion fine by the Irish DPC. This for transferring personal data to the US.
Criteo, an ad tech company that tracks users activity, has been hit with a proposed €60 Million fine for GDPR violations.
Clearview.ai was fined €20 Million for violating the GDPR. The company was ordered to halt data processing and delete all Greek data.
Two factor authentication is often pushed for security purposes. Twitter, however, used that information for more.
Google and Facebook are about to get slapped with even more fines from French regulators, CNIL. This under the e-Privacy laws.
WhatsApp is challenging the €225 Million fine it received under the GDPR laws. This as the Swiss Army is no longer recommending it.
Amazon has disputed the €746 million fine it was hit under the GDPR. A report says a judge agreed to pause payments.
European regulators say they have adjusted the fine against Grindr to $7.1 million after learning more about their finances.
Online retail giant, Amazon, has been hit with a €746 million fine. The fine was for violating the GDPR.
Gay dating site, Grindr, is facing an $11.7 million fine in Norway. This after they allegedly sold personal information without authorization.